Definition of inflexibly in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/


See inflexible

‘It is the consequence of a basically linguistically-orientated content delivered inflexibly and mechanistically.’
  • ‘She is often inflexibly wrong but passionately convincing.’
  • ‘Isn't it more important to save one more life than inflexibly sticking to the rules?’
  • ‘His fear, which we share, is that principles will be interpreted inflexibly, without regard to the nuances of cases, generating a gridlock of conflicting principled stands.’
  • ‘He is also right about the sense of leaving it to the legislature to detail the specifics of citizenship entitlement rather than having it fixed inflexibly in the constitution.’