undeviatingly[ verb dee-vee-eyt; adjective, noun dee-vee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF undeviatingly
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDEVIATINGLY
The animal she rode knew the way to Wallarroo, and followed it undeviatingly.
Their determination to support this pledge, the French Government has uniformly and undeviatingly declared.
Few recorded careers illustrate so exactly, regularly, and undeviatingly the lessons of the moralist as that of Bianca.
Her eyes were undeviatingly fixed on a point a few feet ahead and to the right of the bow.
They undeviatingly demeaned themselves with the firmness and modest dignity of conscious innocence.
As he tracked his thought, it led him undeviatingly back to its direct inspiration, the words of Natalie Rathbawne.
But it was the programme of peace which was pursued as undeviatingly then as since, with a constancy which refused to be foiled.
Undeviatingly and enthusiastically they supported him all through his seven years exile.
Yet although he may not act up to it undeviatingly, it stands, nevertheless, for the ideal he realises that he should reach.
He walked rapidly, but undeviatingly on to escape observation and secure some solitude for his returning thoughts.
1630s, from Late Latin deviatus, past participle of deviare "to turn out of the way" (see deviant). Related: Deviated; deviating. The noun meaning "sexual pervert" is attested from 1912.