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un- +‎ winking


unwinking (not comparable)

  1. Not winking.
    • 1954, C. S. Lewis, The Horse and His Boy, Collins, 1998, Chapter 6,
      [] what was now lying at his feet, and staring him out of countenance with its big, green, unwinking eyes, was the cat []
  2. (by extension) Constantly on one's guard; vigilant.
    • 1792, Vicesimus Knox, Sermons, chiefly intended to promote Faith, Hope, and Charity
      All your anxious care, all your unwinking vigilance, is necessary to preserve you from your great adversary.