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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunblinkingun‧blink‧ing /ʌnˈblɪŋkɪŋ/ adjective literary  if you look at something or someone with unblinking eyes, you look continuously at them without blinking (=quickly closing and opening your eyes)unblinking stare/gaze His father’s unblinking gaze was fixed on the fire.
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unblinkingIn the unblinking black eyes were a thousand upon a thousand years of survival.Abel is a fortyish man with round unblinking eyes and a perfectly circular head.The grandmother looked at her with Belle's unblinking eyes and she leaned forward to see the child.David watched with unblinking eyes as the figure pulled the curtains shut.Glazed red unblinking eyes followed us by.So Moon-Watcher stared at the crystal monolith with unblinking eyes, while his brain lay open to its still uncertain manipulations.a steady, unblinking gazeThe film offers an unblinking look at life in the prisons.There was something not quite right about his unblinking stare.unblinking stare/gazeThere was something not quite right about his unblinking stare.
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