Definition of unyielding in English:

unyielding

Syllabification: un·yield·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈyēldiNG
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unyieldingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • They are small and unyieldingly hard, not like normal pillows at all.
  • 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.
  • The music was buried under layers upon layers of noise, creating an album that was unyieldingly experimental, yet eventually allowed listeners to find some brilliant melodies underneath the mess.

unyieldingness

noun
More example sentences
  • 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.

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