- s going directly ahead from one point to another without veering or turning aside
some people see evolution as an undeviating upward march from simple organisms to the very complex
- s used of values and principles; not subject to change; steady
- Typographically uninteresting, written in the stiff, undeviating style of all worthy financial announcements, an advertisement, which measured 8 inches long, three columns wide .
- Last week Larry Todd, now a tall, ruddy-cheeked 66 and still an undeviating party liner, had a new and less imposing title: senior correspondent.
- But Kelly, though an undeviating liberal, never viewed himself as a crusader.
- Jimmy Carter in Reuters AlertNet
I think that the almost undeviating support by Great Britain for the ill-advised policies of President Bush in Iraq have been a major tragedy for the world,Carter said.