verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of falter
Examples from the Web for unfalteringly
Those who knew her most intimately could readily testify that she was unfalteringly keeping her word.Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer|Jessie Graham Flower
With a wild yell the rebels pushed on, unfalteringly crossed the Federal line and laid hands upon eleven cannon.
The old lady dropped Anthony's hand and moved swiftly and unfalteringly across, and once more the door closed behind her.By What Authority?|Robert Hugh Benson
Will we be true to the task laid on us by the fathers, who unfalteringly carried the Banner of the Covenant amid fiercest battles?Sketches of the Covenanters|J. C. McFeeters
That is the sole reason for its being revealed at all, and the way of life is to unfalteringly work toward its realization.The Life Radiant|Lilian Whiting
British Dictionary definitions for unfalteringly
Word Origin for falter
Word Origin and History for unfalteringly
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.