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
Merkel will now face questions three times a year, though some opposition lawmakers say the format is too inflexible.
The idea of laws being inflexible and authority being absolute — the kind of mentality suggested by the Trump administration’s devotion to one interpretation of Romans 13 — is central to the conflation of GOP party politics and white evangelicalism.
With so many small American and European dairy farms driven out of business because of inflexible pricing regulations that distort demand and supply, such controversial economics warrant close examination.
Surgery is also sometimes (though rarely) warranted to remove a bone deformity or to loosen inflexible muscles.
Gores is betting these traits and this history are the secrets to unlocking his roster, which is inflexible and has two essential, injury-prone pieces — Reggie Jackson and Blake Griffin.
The Beoplay Earset headphones take the opposite approach, using stiff, inflexible metal ear hooks covered in a thin rubber material.
Merkel will now face questions three times a year, though some opposition lawmakers complain that the format is too inflexible and the event appears highly unlikely to emulate the bear-pit atmosphere of question time in London.
The recipes advanced by M5S and the League combine higher public spending and tax cuts -- a high-risk strategy in a country sitting on a debt pile of 2.1 trillion euros and an inflexible labor market.
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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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