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uncompromising

adjective un·com·pro·mis·ing \-ˌmī-ziŋ\

: not willing to change a decision, opinion, method, etc. : not willing to make or accept a compromise

Full Definition of UNCOMPROMISING

:  not making or accepting a compromise :  making no concessions :  inflexible, unyielding
un·com·pro·mis·ing·ly \-ziŋ-lē\ adverb
un·com·pro·mis·ing·ness \-nəs\ noun
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Examples of UNCOMPROMISING

  1. They were uncompromising in their demands.
  2. <an uncompromising adherence to the rules that would do a schoolmarm proud>

First Known Use of UNCOMPROMISING

1800

Rhymes with UNCOMPROMISING

UNCOMPROMISINGLY Defined for Kids

uncompromising

adjective un·com·pro·mis·ing \ˌən-ˈkäm-prə-ˌmī-ziŋ\

Definition of UNCOMPROMISING for Kids

:  not willing to give in even a little <They were uncompromising in their demands.>
un·com·pro·mis·ing·ly adverb <They held uncompromisingly to their opinions.>

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