without hesitation; not delayed by uncertainty: an unhesitating decision.
unwavering; unfaltering; steady: an unhesitating adherence to duty.
- un·hes·i·tat·ing·ly, adverb
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How to use unhesitating in a sentence
And that's what prevents me from answering this question with an unhesitating yes.
His faith in God was so profound that it was followed by unhesitating obedience to God's commands.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II | John Lord
They are to be obeyed with unhesitating obedience, since no discussion or argument can make them clearer or more imperative.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II | John Lord
Like Sir Thomas Browne, he was greedy for more mysteries, more marvels, more sublimities for unhesitating acceptance.The Cornwall Coast | Arthur L. Salmon
Although La Muse du Departement is an important work, it cannot be spoken of in quite unhesitating terms.Parisians in the Country | Honore de Balzac
She walked straight and fast and unhesitating to the veranda, where she sat down on the steps.The Second Latchkey | Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
British Dictionary definitions for unhesitating
steadfast; unwavering: unhesitating loyalty
without hesitation; prompt
- unhesitatingly, adverb
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