The king and the nation generally had no sympathy with their complaints and were unconciliatory.
The speaker's appearance was disreputable, and his manner morose, sullen, and unconciliatory.
We may gather from some expressions of the poet that he was of a rash and haughty and unconciliatory temper.
But the unconciliatory tone of Sussex made the scene painful, and such as Cecil would have given much to avoid.
In manner it was unbending and unconciliatory; in substance, it was a complete rejection of all the British demands.
Sir Robert Peel stated his case in a speech which was thought to be haughty and unconciliatory.
He paused, glancing doubtfully at his most unconciliatory companion.
His language was then deemed too harsh and unconciliatory, and hundreds, I among the number, denounced him in unmeasured terms.
Then follows Ann's reply, which may be judged not unconciliatory when her fierce temperament is taken into consideration.
She reproached herself with having been proud and unconciliatory, though I doubt whether it made much difference.