unfailingly


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un·fail·ing

 (ŭn-fā′lĭng)
adj.
1. Always able to supply more; inexhaustible: an unfailing source of good stories.
2. Constant; unflagging: unfailing loyalty.
3. Incapable of error; infallible.

un·fail′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unfailingly - without failunfailingly - without fail        
Translations
بصورَةٍ دائِمَه
spolehlivě
altid
stöîugt, án undantekningar

unfailingly

[ʌnˈfeɪlɪŋlɪ] ADV to be unfailingly courteousser siempre cortés, no faltar en ningún momento a la cortesía

unfailingly

[ʌnˈfeɪlɪŋli] advimmanquablement
He was unfailingly polite to customers
BUT Il était d'une politesse à toute épreuve avec les clients.

unfailingly

advimmer, stets

unfailingly

[ʌnˈfeɪlɪŋlɪ] advimmancabilmente, senza fallo

unfailing

(anˈfeiliŋ) adjective
constant. Her unfailing courage inspired us all.
unˈfailingly adverb
constantly. He is unfailingly polite.
References in classic literature ?
Both Rose and Martin knew that those rude lines would serve unfailingly. For three thousand dollars Fletcher would build the very house Martin had pictured to Rose: a two-story one with four nice rooms and a bath upstairs, four rooms and a pantry downstairs, a floored garret, concrete cellar, an inviting fireplace and wide porches.
If he braved the matter out, death would unfailingly come upon him, and usually in some strange and unforeseen manner.
Thus did he pray, and father Jove pitying his tears vouchsafed him that his people should live, not die; forthwith he sent them an eagle, most unfailingly portentous of all birds, with a young fawn in its talons; the eagle dropped the fawn by the altar on which the Achaeans sacrificed to Jove the lord of omens; when, therefore, the people saw that the bird had come from Jove, they sprang more fiercely upon the Trojans and fought more boldly.
All the old methods that had been unfailingly crowned with success: the concentration of batteries on one point, an attack by reserves to break the enemy's line, and a cavalry attack by "the men of iron," all these methods had already been employed, yet not only was there no victory, but from all sides came the same news of generals killed and wounded, of reinforcements needed, of the impossibility of driving back the Russians, and of disorganization among his own troops.
Higginbotham such a dinner was advertisement of his worldly achievement and prosperity, and he honored it by delivering platitudinous sermonettes upon American institutions and the opportunity said institutions gave to any hard-working man to rise - the rise, in his case, which he pointed out unfailingly, being from a grocer's clerk to the ownership of Higginbotham's Cash Store.
I also must compliment your fine staff and note that Richard Nance's "En Garde" column is unfailingly informative and helpful in a real-world sense.
Nigel Farage drew a handsome salary for his rare interjections in the European Parliamentary debates which were unfailingly negative and sometimes downright rude.
The CCT boss issued the warrant to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to arrest Justice Onnoghen and bring him to the Tribunal unfailingly on Friday, February 15, 2019 and directed the Director, Department of State Services (DSS) to join in arresting the suspended CJN and compel him to be at the Tribunal at the next adjourned date.
Tunisia is firmly committed to the noble values and principles of this landmark document that "makes of human rights a common heritage of mankind" and unfailingly supports the just Palestinian cause and the Palestinian people's legitimate and inalienable rights.
He is unfailingly polite to the band members and takes special care to insure that each student understands what his expectations are.
An original and unfailingly compelling read from cover to cover, this large print edition of "The High Riders" is especially recommended for community library collections and is a 'must' for all dedicated western buffs in general--and Neil Hunter fans in particular!
Locals bought me beers, were unfailingly polite, inquisitive and increasingly full of fun as the famous long nights wore on.