unerring (not comparable)
- (often figuratively) consistently accurate; not missing a target.
- 1717: Hissing in air the unerring weapon flew. -- John Dryden's 1697–1700 translation of "The Story of Meleager and Atalanta", in Ovid's Metamorphoses (tr. Garth, Dryden, et al.), book VIII, pub. 1717
- 2007, Clive James, Cultural Amnesia, p. 630-1,
- As the assassination of Sadat proved, the Arab irredentists, like the Zionist ultras, have always been unerring in picking off any incipient mediators.