unhesitatingly


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un·hes·i·tat·ing

 (ŭn-hĕz′ĭ-tā′tĭng)
adj.
Acting with or characterized by promptness or resolution: I gave my unhesitating approval.

un·hes′i·tat′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unhesitatingly - without hesitationunhesitatingly - without hesitation; "she said yes unhesitatingly"
hesitantly, hesitatingly - with hesitation; in a hesitant manner; "he finally accepted hesitantly"
Translations

unhesitatingly

[ʌnˈhezɪteɪtɪŋlɪ] ADVsin vacilar
"yes," she answered unhesitatingly-sí -respondió sin vacilar

unhesitatingly

[ʌnˈhɛzɪteɪtɪŋli] advsans hésitation

unhesitatingly

advohne Zögern, ohne zu zögern; (= undoubtingly also)ohne zu zweifeln

unhesitatingly

[ʌnˈhɛzɪˌteɪtɪŋlɪ] advsenza esitazione
References in classic literature ?
It is refreshing both to the spirits and to the body to indulge in psalmody, in befitting seasons," returned the master of song, unhesitatingly complying with her intimation to follow; "and nothing would relieve the mind more than such a consoling communion.
For not to speak of his readiness in ordinary duties: --repairing stove boats, sprung spars, reforming the shape of clumsy-bladed oars, inserting bull's eyes in the deck, or new tree-nails in the side planks, and other miscellaneous matters more directly pertaining to his special business; he was moreover unhesitatingly expert in all manner of conflicting aptitudes, both useful and capricious.
He unhesitatingly refused my request, and told me this was another stratagem by which to escape.
Yes; Thomas had heard the concert; he had been paid for to go in at the back; it was a loud concert; it was a hot concert; it was described at the top of the bills as Grand; whether it was worth traveling sixteen miles to hear by railway, with the additional hardship of going back nineteen miles by road, at half-past one in the morning -- was a question which he would leave his master and the young ladies to decide; his own opinion, in the meantime, being unhesitatingly, No.
Then, Don Quixote being vanquished, the bachelor knight was to command him to return to his village and his house, and not quit it for two years, or until he received further orders from him; all which it was clear Don Quixote would unhesitatingly obey, rather than contravene or fail to observe the laws of chivalry; and during the period of his seclusion he might perhaps forget his folly, or there might be an opportunity of discovering some ready remedy for his madness.
Even a Master of Arts in our University of Wentbridge has been known to confuse a ten-sided with a twelve-sided Polygon; and there is hardly a Doctor of Science in or out of that famous University who could pretend to decide promptly and unhesitatingly between a twenty-sided and a twenty-four sided member of the Aristocracy.
The Professor had evidently noted the road we were to go, for he went on unhesitatingly, but, as for me, I was in quite a mixup as to locality.
I believed unhesitatingly both in his forecast of human destiny and in the practicability of his astonishing scheme, and the reader who thinks me sus- ceptible and foolish must contrast his position, reading steadily with all his thoughts about his subject, and mine, crouching fearfully in the bushes and listening, distracted by apprehension.
That is in strict accordance with the Spanish character; an assassination they will unhesitatingly commit, but an act of cowardice, never.
She conceived it to be an enjoyment for the senses only, or, rather, she thought nothing about it; and if the rounds failed to delight her, she unhesitatingly attributed the circumstance to an absence of melody.
By jumping from the top of the fall, if there be no other way,' unhesitatingly replied my companion: 'it will be much the quickest way of descent; but as you are not quite as active as I am, we will try some other way.
Hiram, who seemed particularly anxious to be on good terms with his companion, unhesitatingly complied.