undeviatingly


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undeviatingly

(ʌnˈdiːvɪˌeɪtɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an undeviating manner
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undeviatingly

[ʌnˈdiːvɪeɪtɪŋlɪ] ADVdirectamente, constantemente
to hold undeviatingly to one's courseseguir su curso sin apartarse en absoluto de él
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Why, Judge, it is already two hours, by your own undeviatingly accurate chronometer.
While The 7-Day Basket isn't a diet cookbook, wrought undeviatingly from nutritional advice, eating well, healthily and with the seasons is important throughout (it's thoroughly cheerful though, there's still mac and cheese and steak and ale hotpot in there).
(Abbasi and Alghamdi, 2017) Interacting on Facebook does not result undeviatingly in corresponding increases or decreases in individuals' depressive manifestations.
The lesson: To be truly free to enjoy the best things in life, set proper moral standards for yourself and live within them as undeviatingly as Charlie Parker did in his music.
The link between media, evidence, and hate speech has undeviatingly gone forward over time via culture rivalries, misinformation, and the cutting edges of media technology.
his subject continues undeviatingly from his opportunistic publication,
He describes the latter as "the most extreme a form as can be found" where "carefully laid plans rigorously and undeviatingly carried out are regarded as the one way to overcome the inevitable confusion of the battlefield." (4) The German army, by contrast, developed a highly decentralized system, which "sought to extend the spirit of free cooperation from the highest levels." (5) Subordinate commanders were given minimum objectives and then encouraged to improvise.
Similarly, "square" refers to settling a debt and a "chalk line" refers to "behav[ing] with propriety" and "keep[ing] undeviatingly to a course of action." Since "float" refers to getting a company "afloat or fully started," the argument between Vernon and Jewel over how far Cash's saw has floated from the wagon reflects the individualistic Jewel's unwillingness to heed advice or act collectively.
Thus his ultimate, his fundamental hypothesis: that the poetic instinct will lead undeviatingly to truth.