not admitting of compromise or adjustment of differences; making no concessions; inaccessible to flexible bargaining; unyielding: an uncompromising attitude.
without reservation or exception; undeviating; absolute, as believing in or adhering to a principle, position, or the like: an uncompromising abolitionist.
Origin of uncompromising
1820–30; un-1Related formsun·com·pro·mis·ing·ly, adverbun·com·pro·mis·ing·ness, noun
Synonyms for uncompromising
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Examples from the Web for uncompromisingly
Historical Examples of uncompromisingly
But at that time I was very nervous and uncompromisingly patriotic.
“To be bribed,” said Hephzibah uncompromisingly, as she returned to her seat.
No one has spoken as uncompromisingly of his theatrical pieces as himself.
"If you do not do good, you must do harm," she said uncompromisingly.
The platform was "uncompromisingly in favor of the American system of protection."
British Dictionary definitions for uncompromisingly
Derived Formsuncompromisingly, adverbuncompromisingness, noun
not prepared to give ground or to compromise
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Word Origin and History for uncompromisingly
1799, from un- (1) "not" + gerundive of compromise (v.). Related: Uncompromisingly.
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