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unflinching

adjective uk   us   /ʌnˈflɪn.tʃɪŋ/
not frightened of or not trying to avoid something dangerous or unpleasant: It is a brave and unflinching account of prison life.
unflinchingly
adverb /-li/
The movie takes an unflinchingly honest look at an issue that faces us all.
Translations of “unflinching”
in Vietnamese không nao núng…
in Spanish resuelto, impávido…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่หวั่นเกรง…
in Malaysian tdk berasa gentar…
in French résolu…
in German unerschrocken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不畏縮的, 堅定無畏的, 不屈不撓的…
in Indonesian gigih…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不畏缩的, 坚定无畏的, 不屈不挠的…
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