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unwavering

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunwaveringun‧wa‧ver‧ing /ʌnˈweɪvərɪŋ/ adjective  an unwavering attitude, belief, expression etc does not change an unwavering stare unwavering supportunwaveringly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
unwaveringHis voice, too, was as sincere, as unwavering and self-assured as ever.Her clear gaze is unwavering and steady.His policy was consistent, unwavering, conservative.Miller is unwavering in her support of the governor.But for his weakness and vacillation, peasant unrest and working-class militancy could have been kept in check by efficient and unwavering repression.His son, Francis, was munching away, his protuberant eyes fixed on his father in an unwavering stare.Hitch kept his eyes on Carol; by this time, she was beginning to feel uneasy under his almost unwavering stare.
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