[ UK /ʌnjˈiːldɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ənˈjiɫdɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. stubbornly unyielding
    men tenacious of opinion
    a mind not gifted to discover truth but tenacious to hold it
    dogged persistence
    the most vocal and pertinacious of all the critics
    dour determination
  2. resistant to physical force or pressure
    an unyielding head support
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How To Use unyielding In A Sentence

  • The drive she feels to achieve, Simone says, can be traced directly to the unyielding support she has felt from her family.
  • On divorce, contraception, abortion and homosexuality, he was unyielding in his adherence to doctrine.
  • 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.
  • The authorities proved unyielding on one crucial opposition demand.
  • The company, insisting on technology, innovation, unyieldingness and challenging, participate actively to international economy cycle, and contribute to the nation's development.
  • They stood there, bodies inclined to the storm in the manner of seamen on sloped decks, unyieldingly looking into each other's eyes. CHAPTER 3
  • Even with her vegetation obsession, she was unyielding and did not back down from ridicule or teasing.
  • She was stiff, wooden, unyielding as if a stagehand was standing in for the leading lady. BLOOD IS DIRT
  • Yet, when put under pressure the apparent unyielding stiffness becomes a lovely springy curve, and it's that which puts pressure on the fish.
  • The dignified way in which she battled her brain tumour is a credit to her unyielding character.
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