undoubting


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undoubting

(ʌnˈdaʊtɪŋ)
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not doubting or having no doubts; definite
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undoubting

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The gruel came and supplied a great deal to be saidmuch praise and many comments undoubting decision of its wholesomeness for every constitution, and pretty severe Philippics upon the many houses where it was never met with tolerable;but, unfortunately, among the failures which the daughter had to instance, the most recent, and therefore most prominent, was in her own cook at South End, a young woman hired for the time, who never had been able to understand what she meant by a basin of nice smooth gruel, thin, but not too thin.
With undoubting decision she directly began her adieus; and Edmund began at the same time to recollect that his mother had been inquiring for her, and that he had walked down to the Parsonage on purpose to bring her back.
The old gentleman's undoubting, unquestioning simplicity has a rare freshness about it in these matter-of-fact railroading and telegraphing days.
Faith!--Love!--the undoubting, clear faith in the truth of a soul--the great tenderness, deep as the ocean, serene and eternal, like the infinite peace of space above the short tempests of the earth.
And, to say the truth, if miracles are ever to be wrought, it will be by putting our hands to the work in precisely such a simple and undoubting frame of mind as that in which Violet and Peony now undertook to perform one, without so much as knowing that it was a miracle.
But, unless Katharine began the subject of her own accord, he could not even hint--he must ignore the whole affair; it was the part of a gentleman to preserve a bearing that was, as far as he could make it, the bearing of an undoubting lover.
However, in the midst of this fierce battle, it can never be forgiven to take a thingism or undoubting attitude.
And further on: "We might suggest that 'trust', as an ordinary, laic concept, is situated in relation to other concepts such as 'undoubting', 'unquestioning'." (ibid: 487) so when elected officials do call into question the validity of expert advice, they are tangibly and demonstrably exercising orientations of mistrust (to varying degrees and with varying consequences) in the data, methods or findings subscribed to by those experts.
Their language is both conversational and lyrical, and the couple confides their private attitudes and observations, as well as their undoubting hope for an ideal future together at Dawson's plantation after the war.
Whenever I am conscious in what I am saying, of this calm, undoubting faith, I am sure of my audience.