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unerring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunerringun‧er‧ring /ʌnˈɜːrɪŋ/ adjective  CORRECTalways right He passes the ball with unerring accuracy.unerringly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
unerringThe cognac was not quite up to Skipton's fine Napoleonic standards, but it hit the spot with unerring accuracy.It soars the length of the awning, wings flapping once, twice to propel it along an unerring flight path.He has been unerring in his choice of assistants and from all this wisdom the county has benefited enormously.Yet subsequent projects revealed an almost unerring instinct for commercial blackspots.Snowden's close reasoning and unerring instinct for words were allied with Maxton's humour and Churchill's daring.They do not, however, have a right to expect unerring judgment, clairvoyance, or any other manifestation of infallibility.Bailey Doogan, for instance, the feminist painter who frequently paints unerring portraits of aging bodies, is an Etherton regular.He danced with an unerring sense of rhythm.Amid the old, previously unreleased Rutles tracks and new ones, there is Innes' unerring understanding of the Beatles sound.unerring accuracyThe cognac was not quite up to Skipton's fine Napoleonic standards, but it hit the spot with unerring accuracy.
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