- not failing; not giving way; not falling short of expectation; completely dependable: an unfailing friend.
- inexhaustible; endless: unfailing resources; unfailing good humor.
Origin of unfailing
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Examples from the Web for unfailing
He was renowned for his wit, disarming his critics with unfailing humor.Boris Johnson’s Churchill Man Crush
Michael F. Bishop
November 22, 2014
He has the potential to complicate the unfailing friendliness of Jimmy Fallon by peppering in a little bite.Seth Meyers Gets Off to a Rocky Start on 'Late Night'
February 25, 2014
“He had an unfailing ability to make just the right gesture at just the right time,” de Klerk wrote.Mandela: The Miracle Maker
December 5, 2013
Plus, a phone call from “NSFWCorp” is an unfailing conversation piece.Journalism’s Least Safe and Most Intriguing Site: NSFWCorp.com
August 10, 2013
The Golden Girls were honest and relatable, but there was something more: intense, unfailing, real friendships.Happy 25th Birthday, Golden Girls!
November 12, 2010
It was your unfailing resolve to help, which has brought us here.It Happened in Egypt
C. N. Williamson
Now was the time for the steady nerve and the unfailing limbs.Johnny Bear
E. T. Seton
That charmful voice was an unfailing bank from which to draw more.A Singer from the Sea
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
The men presided over everything with unfailing good-humour.Howards End
E. M. Forster
Norman found that while cumbersome their oxygen supply was unfailing.
- not failing; unflagging
- continuous or unceasing
- sure; certain
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Word Origin and History for unfailing
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