The staff of the Post-Office is unvaryingly polite and obliging to the public.
The cow-puncher flushed, but he spoke in his unvaryingly gentle voice.
It takes hold and pulls, unweariedly, unvaryingly, and ceaselessly.
She was unvaryingly kind and friendly with Binkley & Bing's press-agent.
The men were unvaryingly soft, rounded in contour, lacking the women's tough-sinewed vigor.
From the fifth century onward the title of "papa" or "pope" was unvaryingly used by the bishops of Rome.
Force, too, will not be unvaryingly applied, but will be greater or less according as energy or passion may demand.
In their management afterward a course of justice and mild force was adopted, and unvaryingly applied.
Everybody is unvaryingly sweet; the adjective is as common and as adhesive as mud.
He had an unvaryingly good record both for the lessons and conduct while at Castlemount.