unbudging

adjective
un·budg·ing | \ˌən-ˈbə-jiŋ \

Definition of unbudging 

: not budging : resisting movement or change

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Other Words from unbudging

unbudgingly \ˌən-ˈbə-jiŋ-lē \ adverb

Examples of unbudging in a Sentence

the massive old bed was simply unbudging, despite our best efforts

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But on this, the voters interviewed all agreed: The sound of Mr. Trump at his most obscene lingered over Sunday night’s confrontation like an unbudging cloud. Michael Barbaro And Amy Chozick, New York Times, "Donald Trump Talks at Debate, but Many Women Hear Only a 2005 Tape," 10 Oct. 2016 Automakers should read from this trend the unbudging fact that American consumers don’t want to give up full-sized cars. Marty Jerome, WIRED, "Prices for Used Diesel Cars Heading North," 26 July 2007

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First Known Use of unbudging

circa 1934, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unbudging was circa 1934

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