- not erring; not going astray or missing the mark: The captain set an unerring course for home.
- undeviatingly accurate throughout; not containing any error or flaw: She gave an unerring recital of the day's events.
- invariably precise or correct: unerring taste.
Origin of unerring
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Examples from the Web for unerringly
But to the best of my memory, I have never actually aimed them at my own head as unerringly as Reines seems to have done.State Department Aide Tells Reporter to ‘Fuck Off’
September 24, 2012
And that seems to me, from my look at his record, unerringly accurate.John Talks Joe
November 20, 2009
That strange idealist had found a practical use for it at once—unerringly, as it were.Lord Jim
In detective stories the hero always hits on it unerringly at once.The Grell Mystery
With his eyes on the carriage lamps he followed them unerringly.The Son of Monte Christo
The fine instincts of the animal will lead him unerringly to the refreshing spring.A Handful of Stars
Frank W. Boreham
Oh, my children, how unerringly your shafts are levelled at my heart.The Robbers
- not missing the mark or target
- consistently accurate; certain
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Word Origin and History for unerringly
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