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Through all the ups and downs, one thing remained constant about our team — an unwavering commitment to battle through adversity and to achieve our goals not as individuals, but as a collective unit.

It’s her unwavering love that finally gets this flawed character to see the light.

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Bose has been around since the mid-1960s with an unwavering dedication to delivering better sound using new and inventive technologies.

Her 18-year-journey, inspired by a visit to her beloved Howard, to bringing Amistad to the big screen, coupled with her unwavering commitment to her Debbie Allen Dance Academy, makes this Uncensored more like a call to action to be your best self.

Nonetheless, our commitment to successfully guiding this iconic brand through these immediate challenges and forward is unwavering.

Tavakoli and the scores of other activists, bloggers, journalists and lawyers jailed in Iran deserve our unwavering support.

We need a strong voice with moral conviction backed by the unwavering assumption that he means what he says.

What most impacts the viewer is not simply their consensus judgment but their rational, unwavering conviction in it.

But Kelly almost certainly will remain unwavering in his view, no matter which way the judge goes.

Instead, their pressure often comes to bear on their own government, the American one, to also give Israel unwavering support.

They sat upon their benches, pale with the emotions which the fearful scenes excited, yet firm and unwavering.

In those calm unwavering eyes of hers he saw a question, and he feared in his soul she might voice it.

His eyes were an index of the man, bold and possessive and unwavering.

She reddened a little, but met his gaze fairly, her eyes unwavering.

Her pale slender hand went to her throat, and in that first unwavering look I knew at last how I was loved.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unwavering, such as: abiding, determined, enduring, intense, resolute, and single-minded.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.