Definition of unbendable in English:

unbendable

Line breaks: un|bend¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbɛndəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • 1Not able to be bent; stiff: unbendable ski poles
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    • Choose a tool with unbendable metal.
    • We headed home, me now with two fingers now swollen to the size of German sausages and utterly unbendable and a deep, abiding worry over the condition of my hand.
    • During the action Hamilton's left wrist was shattered, an injury which left the fingers in his hand shrivelled and unbendable.
  • 1.1Not able to be changed or adapted: rigid, unbendable rules obeying his commands with unbendable allegiance
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    • After being so long without her child, her ladyship's mind was not unbendable.
    • She made the best parts of the modern world fit into Butcher Hollow's unbendable pieties and unbreakable family bonds, making feminism transferrable to Middle America in the process.
    • Conservative evangelicals fear that a younger generation is straying from unbendable biblical truths.

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