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unbudging

adjective un·budg·ing \-ˈbə-jiŋ\

Definition of UNBUDGING

:  not budging :  resisting movement or change
un·budg·ing·ly \-jiŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNBUDGING

  1. <the massive old bed was simply unbudging, despite our best efforts>

First Known Use of UNBUDGING

circa 1934

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