- without hesitation; not delayed by uncertainty: an unhesitating decision.
- unwavering; unfaltering; steady: an unhesitating adherence to duty.
Origin of unhesitating
1745–55; un-1 + hesitating
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Examples from the Web for unhesitatingly
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Never having seen or heard a peacock, she unhesitatingly circled the ad, seized, as if by instinct, and passed it to her mother.Flannery Feathers Her Nest
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He picked his way to the water's edge and strode in unhesitatingly.Cleo The Magnificent</p>
If she had asked them to cut off their heads they would have unhesitatingly agreed to do it.A Waif of the Mountains
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"I was mistaken in my estimation of him," confessed Roger unhesitatingly.Rival Pitchers of Oakdale</p>
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He unhesitatingly gave me permission to correct this if I could.My Reminiscences
- steadfast; unwaveringunhesitating loyalty
- without hesitation; prompt
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