unblinking

[uhn-bling-king]
adjective
1.
not blinking.
2.
without displaying response, as surprise, confusion, or chagrin: an unblinking reaction to the charges.
3.
not varying or wavering; fearless; forthright: unblinking devotion.

Origin:
1905–10; un-1 + blinking

unblinkingly, adverb
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unblinking (ʌnˈblɪŋkɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  without blinking
2.  showing no visible response or emotion
3.  not wavering through trepidation or fear
 
un'blinkingly
 
adv

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Example sentences
He looks me right back for an instant, unblinking, making contact with an adult
  as kids rarely do.
The bird, perched unblinking on a low branch not ten feet away, hooted a rising
  scale as if whistling through a slide flute.
It's the professional in me always seeing with the unblinking eye and hearing
  with a critical ear.
And your unblinking talking points really grind against that
  jokey-pokey-two-thumbs-up-wink-smile delivery.
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