What is another word for unflagging?

452 synonyms found


[ ʌnflˈaɡɪŋ], [ ʌnflˈaɡɪŋ], [ ʌ_n_f_l_ˈa_ɡ_ɪ_ŋ]

Unflagging is typically used to describe someone or something that remains persistent, energetic and determined, even in the face of adversity. There are several synonyms that can be used in place of unflagging. One such synonym is indefatigable, which refers to someone who is tireless and never loses their energy or enthusiasm. Another synonym for unflagging is relentless, which means that a person or effort continues persistently without giving up. Meanwhile, determined, firm and steadfast are other synonyms that describe someone or something that is unflagging. Regardless of which synonym you use, the traits associated with unflagging remain the same: a determination to succeed, an unwavering spirit and ceaseless effort.

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What are the opposite words for unflagging?

Unflagging is an adjective that means showing sustained effort, untiring, or tireless. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are words that convey the opposite meaning. One antonym for unflagging is indecisive, which means lacking firmness or determination. Another antonym for unflagging is lethargic, which means being sluggish, lazy, and lacking energy. Unflagging can also be contrasted by the word fainthearted or timid, indicating a lack of bravery, courage, or confidence. Lastly, unflagging can have an opposite meaning with the word idle, which is characterized by doing nothing, inactive, or without purpose.

Usage examples for Unflagging

She had discovered that the exquisite charm of manner which is called high-bred unconsciousness is the result of a self-consciousness so unflagging that its possessor is incapable of losing herself utterly in any emotion; and that the final result of the developing process is an individuality whose utter selfishness and nullity are not patent simply because all the arts of society and all the material advantages of wealth are bent to the concealment of the truth.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
Beating became automatic, an unflagging lashing and thrashing, and watch had to be kept that the enemy was not attacking in another part of the clearing.
"The Pioneers"
Katharine Susannah Prichard
Yet, in spite of physical weakness, George Eliot possessed such inexhaustible mental energy that she could go on, hour after hour, looking with the same unflagging interest at whatever possessed any claim to attention, tiring out even vigorous men that were in her company.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind

Famous quotes with Unflagging

  • Continuous, unflagging effort, persistence and determination will win. Let not the man be discouraged who has these.
    James Whitcomb Riley
  • For unflagging interest and enjoyment, a household of children, if things go reasonably well, certainly all other forms of success and achievement lose their importance by comparison.
    Theodore Roosevelt
  • “Given time we would have become less than indispensable and you would have started looking around for a way to shaft us instead of doing the honorable thing and paying us off and simply terminating our comission.” “That’s what I love about you, Croaker. Your unflagging faith in humanity.” “Absolutely. Every ounce of my cynicism is supported by historical precedent,” I grumped.
    Glen Cook
  • "I wish I had the talent to paint the way I feel about you, for my words always feel inadequate. I imagine using red for your passion and pale blue for your kindness; forest green to reflect the depth of your empathy and bright yellow for your unflagging optimism. And still I wonder: can even an artist's palette capture the full range of what you mean to me?"
    Nicholas Sparks
  • The great thing about [Russell] is that he will not give in – to prudence, cynicism or simple horse sense. Sometime, somewhere, he agonizes, the rational man will make a decent world of his instincts. Considered as a type, he is a perennial scold. But considered as Bertrand Russell, he is surely one of the glories of our time... For he is at once a man of unyielding honesty, a first-class intellect and the possessor of one of the master styles of the English language. It is the last of these gifts that guarantees the onlooker an unflagging fascination with his life. For it gives charm to many a frailty, makes the world over every day in the light of his intelligence and his irony, and converts every political crusade, exchange of learned correspondence and lovers' quarrel into an episode as enchanting as a Mozart concerto.
    Bertrand Russell

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