Words nearby unyielding
OTHER WORDS FROM unyieldingun·yield·ing·ly, adverbun·yield·ing·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unyielding
Spader, so intense and riveting last year as Red, has lost some of that unyielding relentlessness.The Blacklist’s Frustrating Fall: Keen’s a Keeper, but Red Regresses|Jason Lynch|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Both insisted Goldwater was scaring away the swing voters Republicans needed with his unyielding conservatism.
[Hoffman] was definitely ferocious and unyielding in that movie.
That standard and his unyielding hold to keeping up those standards made me want to work harder, but I only realized that after.
She wore an apple-green housedress and her graying beehive hairdo was unyielding against the blasts of a chugging air conditioner.
The king grew angry, but the duke remained firm and unyielding.Sweden|Victor Nilsson
So tangled and unyielding was the mass that even dynamite had little effect upon it.
For a moment their glances met, the woman's hot and angry, the man's cold and unyielding.The Golden Amazons of Venus|John Murray Reynolds
The masses of roots are as unyielding as iron, and run twisting through the soil to the distance of sixty yards.Among the Trees at Elmridge|Ella Rodman Church
His victim had now become his tyrant; not implacable or vindictive, but firm and unyielding in the discharge of his duty.Brave Old Salt|Oliver Optic