Examples of inflexible in a Sentence
the inflexible law of gravity
shoes made of inflexible plastic hurt my feet
Recent Examples of inflexible from the Web
Financing a trip may be a reasonable option in a few situations — for trips that are important and have inflexible dates, for example, or for emergency travel.
The sense of calculation baked into an inflexible setlist can be redeemed by outsized gestures of stagecraft.
More ways to fatten or flatten the duck: flexibility, EVs, and demand shifting What about reducing inflexible baseload capacity [coal and nuclear plants] to make more room for renewables?
Combine that with a group of core players who built up enough service time to void any option to the minor leagues and the Orioles are very much an inflexible group.
That extraordinary hardness arises from a strong and inflexible structure: Five atoms form a tetrahedron and share electron pairs with each other. 3.
Trump’s inflexible approach to the region is in stark contrast to the major regional countries, who are creating options for themselves in terms of pursuing other partnerships—including Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Without the extra spot, the Orioles bullpen could be very inflexible.
We're too polarized now, with extreme and inflexible views on both sides of the aisle.
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adamant, bullheaded, dogged, hard, hard-nosed, hardened, hardheaded, headstrong, immovable, implacable, inconvincible, intransigent, mulish, obdurate, obstinate, opinionated, ossified, pat, pertinacious, perverse, pigheaded, self-opinionated, self-willed, stubborn, unbending, uncompromising, unrelenting, unyielding, willful (or wilful);
deaf to reason;
Synonym Discussion of inflexible
- inflexible in their demands
- obdurate in his refusal to grant clemency
- adamant that the work should continue
synonyms see in addition stiff
INFLEXIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inflexible for English Language Learners
: not easily influenced or persuaded
: not easily bent or twisted
: not easily changed
INFLEXIBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of inflexible for Students
- an inflexible judge
- inflexible rules
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