Related formsun·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