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unswerving

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunswervingun‧swerv‧ing /ʌnˈswɜːvɪŋ $ -ɜːr-/ adjective  CHANGE YOUR MINDan unswerving belief or attitude is one that is very strong and never changesunswerving loyalty/commitment/support etc a politician with unswerving loyalty to the president
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unswervingA year later, in 1979, a Conservative government was elected with an unswerving commitment to nuclear power.For he supports Tottenham Hotspur with joyful and unswerving devotion.All those years of unswerving loyalty to Alphonse Mobuto and this was all it had brought him.She has always demanded - and got - unswerving loyalty.unswerving loyalty/commitment/support etcShe has always demanded - and got - unswerving loyalty.A reward for unswerving loyalty, no doubt.All those years of unswerving loyalty to Alphonse Mobuto and this was all it had brought him.A year later, in 1979, a Conservative government was elected with an unswerving commitment to nuclear power.
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