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unyielding

adjective un·yield·ing \ˌən-ˈyēl-diŋ\

: not changing or stopping

: not flexible or soft

Full Definition of UNYIELDING

1
:  characterized by firmness or obduracy
2
:  characterized by lack of softness or flexibility
un·yield·ing·ly \-diŋ-lē\ adverb
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Examples of UNYIELDING

  1. <the pioneers faced the challenge of settling the frontier with unyielding courage>
  2. <knead the dough until it feels reasonably unyielding>

First Known Use of UNYIELDING

1565
UNYIELDING Defined for Kids

unyielding

adjective un·yield·ing \ˌən-ˈyēl-diŋ\

Definition of UNYIELDING for Kids

1
:  not soft or flexible :  hard <He threw himself against the unyielding door … — Lloyd Alexander, Time Cat>
2
:  showing or having firmness or determination <an unyielding belief>

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