- not flinching; unshrinking: unflinching courage.
Origin of unflinching
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steady, constant, steadfast, unfaltering.
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Examples from the Web for unflinchingly
He's dismissive to women and unflinchingly brutal to his enemies.Conan Gets Emotional
August 21, 2011
This digital bear-hug at first seems incongruous for a brand whose style is so unflinchingly “classic.”Ralph Lauren's Movie Magic
November 9, 2010
From his earliest age he showed compulsive need to leave a mark, and to this end he unflinchingly dedicated his entire life.Evelyn Waugh's Grandson on the Secret Behind 'Brideshead'
April 17, 2010
She met my eye as unflinchingly as if her bosom had been steeled with conscious innocence.The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
I say that he went on unflinchingly, and surely no goat could have climbed quicker than he did.The House Under the Sea
Sir Max Pemberton
He could have faced death as he had faced it before, unflinchingly; that was all in the day's work.The Finding of Haldgren
Charles Willard Diffin
"They would have hung him at the yard-arm, as he deserved," said Hurlstone unflinchingly.The Crusade of the Excelsior
Three pairs of eyes watched him as he entered, but he faced them unflinchingly.The Cheerful Smugglers
Ellis Parker Butler
- not shrinking from danger, difficulty, etc
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Word Origin and History for unflinchingly
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