verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- falun gong,
- falwell, jerry
Origin of falter
Examples from the Web for unfaltering
It was the relentless, unfaltering tread of Russia's iron heel.The North Pacific|Willis Boyd Allen
Nothing but a daring, unfaltering attitude directed fair for the amidships can be effectual.The Shellback's Progress|Walter Runciman
She did not once turn her head, she uttered no sound, no cry; she hurried forward with unfaltering instinct.The Wolves of God|Algernon Blackwood
The German machine gunners resisted and retired foot by foot, but the American advance was unfaltering.
Out in the sunlight his face appeared older, more careworn, but although it cost him an effort to walk, his step was unfaltering.Under the Rose|Frederic Stewart Isham
Word Origin for falter
mid-14c., of unknown origin, possibly from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse faltrask "be burdened, hesitate, be troubled"), or a frequentative of Middle English falden "to fold," influenced by fault. Related: Faltered; faltering.