1. in an obedient manner
    obediently she slipped off her right shoe and stocking
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How To Use yieldingly In A Sentence

  • 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
  • They are small and unyieldingly hard, not like normal pillows at all.
  • But it is a beguiling spectacle: super-fast, extremely skilful and unyieldingly bruising for a non-contact sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is an inside centre who defends unyieldingly and carries uncomplicatedly. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was ably abetted by the self-described "progressive pro-lifers" like Catholics United and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, whose comparisons of abortion to torture gained resonance among those who are unyieldingly opposed to women's reproductive freedoms. Jon O'Brien: Truth Is Indeed One of the First Casualties of War
  • As a result, I labeled the genre to be sterile and difficult; the album's beats are very mechanical, sometimes tiresomely so, and the solemn melodies are unyieldingly complex.
  • Lim Huck Chin/Fernando Jorge for The Wall Street Journal Some businesses in Malacca have held unyieldingly to their past: Yong Heng Hin, for instance, was founded in the late 1800s and is the oldest functioning tinsmith in Malacca; it is now in fourth-generation hands. Scenes From Malacca
  • Between August 8 and September 21, the Braves went 32-7 to take a grip on first place, but were still hard pressed to hold off the unyieldingly stubborn Giants.
  • Mitch McConnell for his whole political career was so unyieldingly pro-tobacco industry in my home state of Kentucky, getting payola from them while saying NO to any anti-tobacco legislation, that he has no credibility with me on any of his NO's, especially his NO on health care legislation. McConnell tells GOP: Vote no on Wall Street bill
  • That's not to say that he has gone through the contest with an unyieldingly straight face. Times, Sunday Times
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