So when he swung round they followed him as unswervingly as they would have followed Kid.
How such a creation of the devil's can love you so unswervingly is more than I can fathom.
You are not exactly unfaithful servants; you are too blindly, unswervingly faithful.
Naturally she was unswervingly convinced of the reality of her visions.
It showed an amazing tenacity, and the common people of Russia sustained it unswervingly under conditions of extreme hardship.
Cumshaw's eyes were frank and clear, and met his unswervingly.
Hun 4-inch guns promptly opened fire upon her, but unswervingly the submarine held on.
I intend to protect the principle of autocracy as firmly and unswervingly as did my late and never-to-be-forgotten father.
Keep about six yards behind your leader; follow him unswervingly, and jump after him, but not on him.
In her right mind, Zelda was unswervingly practical and she would have had some noteworthy comments to make.
early 13c., "to depart, make off;" early 14c., "to turn aside, deviate from a straight course," probably from Old English sweorfan "to rub, scour, file" (but sense development is difficult to trace), from Proto-Germanic *swerbanan (cf Old Norse sverfa "to scour, file," Old Saxon swebran "to wipe off"), from PIE root *swerbh-. Cognate words in other Germanic languages (cf. Old Frisian swerva "to creep," Middle Dutch swerven "to rove, stray") suggests the sense of "go off, turn aside" may have existed in Old English, though unrecorded. Related: Swerved; swerving.
1741, from swerve (v.).