- s going directly ahead from one point to another without veering or turning aside
a straight and narrow tree-lined road unswerving across the lowlands
- s firm and dependable especially in loyalty
- Their genius, if that's the right word for it, is in their unswerving, unwinking commitment to idiocy.
- But Keynes was an unswerving optimist.
- She had an unswerving instinct for kindness, charity, and love, and spent much of her life acting on that instinct, sometimes to her detriment.
News & Articles
- Red Menace or Paper Tiger?
Since the time of Lenin, the Soviet Union, vis-à-vis the other Great Powers, consistently pursued a policy of what they long termed “peaceful coexistence,” in fact often bending over backwards to pursue a peaceful foreign policy almost to the point of national suicide. The motivation for this unswerving course was not any sort of moral nobility.
June 6, 2013 - Ludwig von Mises Institute
- Michael Mukasey in USA Today
Having worked at the Justice Department in the 1970s, Mukasey said its duties have changed but its guiding principles "remain the same - to pursue justice by enforcing the law with unswerving fidelity to the Constitution."
- Ted Roof in The Devils Den.com (subscription)
I feel bad for our seniors; I've really been proud of their leadership and their commitment and their consistency,said Roof. "They've been unswerving and they've kept the young guys positive and the team on track. The process that we've...