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unwavering

(ʌnˈweɪvərɪŋ)
adj
not wavering or hesitant; resolute
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Adj.1.unwavering - marked by firm determination or resolutionunwavering - marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable; "firm convictions"; "a firm mouth"; "steadfast resolve"; "a man of unbendable perseverence"; "unwavering loyalty"
resolute - firm in purpose or belief; characterized by firmness and determination; "stood resolute against the enemy"; "faced with a resolute opposition"; "a resolute and unshakeable faith"
2.unwavering - not showing abrupt variationsunwavering - not showing abrupt variations; "spoke in a level voice"; "she gave him a level look"- Louis Auchincloss
steady - not subject to change or variation especially in behavior; "a steady beat"; "a steady job"; "a steady breeze"; "a steady increase"; "a good steady ballplayer"

unwavering

adjective steady, consistent, staunch, determined, dedicated, resolute, single-minded, steadfast, immovable, unswerving, unshakable, unflagging, unshaken, untiring, unfaltering, undeviating She has been encouraged by the unwavering support of her family.

unwavering

adjective
Indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence:
Translations

unwavering

[ʌnˈweɪvərɪŋ] ADJ [loyalty, resolve] → inquebrantable, firme; [course] → firme; [gaze] → fijo

unwavering

[ʌnˈweɪvərɪŋ] adj [support, commitment] → indéfectible; [determination] → inébranlable

unwavering

adj faith, resolveunerschütterlich; gazefest, unbewegt; coursebeharrlich; voicefest; to be unwavering in one’s opposition to somethinggegen etw beharrlich Widerstand leisten

unwavering

[ʌnˈweɪvrɪŋ] adj (support, faith) → incrollabile, fermo/a
References in classic literature ?
"Sir," said he, with his usual politeness and his unwavering smile, "you will greatly oblige me by not caricaturing my personal peculiarities.
In happy ignorance the little girl played on, while from above two steady eyes looked down upon her--unblinking, unwavering. There was none other than the little girl in this part of the village, which had been almost deserted since The Sheik had left long months before upon his journey toward the north.
He answered, addressing her as his "sister in Christ." They continued to correspond, she in the unweighed language of unwavering affection, he in the chilly phraseology of the polished rhetorician.
"Thank you, uncle," said Dorothea, in a clear unwavering tone.
"I wish't you'd listen to reason," she answered feebly, but with unwavering belief in the correctness of her diagnosis of what was ailing him.
Upborne by an unwavering trust, untouched by doubt or fear, he exulted in all he saw.
"She is ill," he replied, still looking at me with his direct, unwavering glance.
As upon that first occasion, some weeks ago, the door closed as if it were a thousand doors softly excluding the world; and once more Ralph received an impression of a room full of deep shadows, firelight, unwavering silver candle flames, and empty spaces to be crossed before reaching the round table in the middle of the room, with its frail burden of silver trays and china teacups.
Her face was serious, even solicitous with desire not to hurt, and her eyes were unwavering, but in them was the light, golden and glowing--the abyss of sex into which he was now unafraid to gaze.
He took the praise with a clear, unwavering look, and without hint of acknowledgment.
I tried to continue, but his eyes were on me; his deadly smile that hides everything was set, hard, and unwavering on his broad, smooth face.
It is the soul-elevating idea that no man can consider himself entitled to complain of Fate while in his adversity he still retains the unwavering love of woman.