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
With a pennant, a season, at stake, many pitchers would have taken the shot unhesitatingly.
Could it be by exuding sunshine and optimism, and unhesitatingly reaching across the aisle?
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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.
The going became rougher, and all semblance of a trail was lost, yet the trader went on unhesitatingly.Mystery Ranch | Arthur Chapman
Captain Melendez had for a long time accustomed his subordinates not to discuss his orders, but obey them unhesitatingly.The Border Rifles | Gustave Aimard
He unhesitatingly refused to escape from his prison when the means would have been provided.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
Clowes, having heard everything and seen the letter, unhesitatingly voted for the right course.The Gold Bat | P. G. Wodehouse
"No," responded Betsy unhesitatingly, in spite of the fact that she had much regard for Madame Montholon.Napoleon's Young Neighbor | Helen Leah Reed
British Dictionary definitions for unhesitating
steadfast; unwavering: unhesitating loyalty
without hesitation; prompt
- unhesitatingly, adverb
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