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indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence

Synonyms for unflinching

not shrinking from danger

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She looked at me long, she looked at me with unflinching eyes, and said aloud, 'No
And, turning away, he caught for an instant in the air, like a vivid detail in a dissolving view of two heads, the eyes of General T and of Privy-Councillor Mikulin side by side fixed upon him, quite different in character, but with the same unflinching and weary and yet purposeful expression.
Ay, work your will," said the unflinching old man; "I am as ready now as I shall be to-morrow.
Then, Mr Wegg, in a dry unflinching way, entered on his task; going straight across country at everything that came before him; taking all the hard words, biographical and geographical; getting rather shaken by Hadrian, Trajan, and the Antonines; stumbling at Polybius (pronounced Polly Beeious, and supposed by Mr Boffin to be a Roman virgin, and by Mrs Boffin to be responsible for that necessity of dropping it); heavily unseated by Titus Antoninus Pius; up again and galloping smoothly with Augustus; finally, getting over the ground well with Commodus: who, under the appellation of Commodious, was held by Mr Boffin to have been quite unworthy of his English origin, and 'not to have acted up to his name' in his government of the Roman people.
Meera Kaul believes that unflinching trust is the litmus test of a leader
RISALPUR -- The Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), General Rashad Mahmood has said Pakistan armed forces have unflinching resolve to meet the internal and external challenges.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, the African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) highlights the work and influence of Philadelphia's Tiberino family of artists, and several artists associated with the family, with "The Unflinching Eye: Works of the Tiberino Family Circle.
Manmohan Singh has congratulated Bhutan's People's Democratic Party leader Tshering Tobgay, who is set to be the country's next premier, and promised steadfast and unflinching support of India.
The judges for the awards said: "The ECHO's decades of unflinching support for the victims of a national scandal and establishment cover-up was an outright winner and one that was in the finest traditions of local jour nalism.
Senator Rick Santorum launched his long-shot Republican bid for president Monday, pledging an unflinching commitment to conservative policies, including a Medicare reform plan that has proved unpopular with voters.
Unflinching Coroner Michael Singleton paid tribute to the soldier, after returning the verdict that he was unlawfully killed.
This is an unflinching glimpse at social values in free fall.
MARTIN O'Neill has paid tribute to Villa's supporters for their unflinching backing of the club.
This unflinching characterization of Billie Holiday showcased Corbin, who danced the flirtations and decrepitude (including a regrettably literal drug stupor) with equal commitment.
While rejecting the widely held notion that foreign policy belongs to the president, he spoke in unflinching terms about the Vietnam War, stating prophetically: "We're going to become guilty, in my judgment, of being the greatest threat to the peace of the world.