Definition of unyieldingness in English:



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‘Those who have met him were impressed by the mixture of flexibility and unyieldingness in his personality.’
  • ‘The pitch-black bark with coarse texture is well weathered and full of the verve of unyieldingness.’
  • ‘But the rule of the Army is inexorable, and he likes it for its unyieldingness.’
  • ‘The new style of their music, net T-shirts, which exposed more than was usual then, her unyieldingness and eccentric opinions caused lots of bans and prohibitions.’
  • ‘In most of his works, he expressed his feelings and unyieldingness through description of things, showing a stirring, majestic character in a sad, bleak tone.’