Character 11
Hyphenation N/A
Pronunciations N/A

Definitions and meanings of "Unbendingly"

What do we mean by unbendingly?

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word unbendingly. Define unbendingly, unbendingly synonyms, unbendingly pronunciation, unbendingly translation, English dictionary definition of unbendingly.

Synonyms and Antonyms for Unbendingly

  • Synonyms for unbendingly
  • Unbendingly synonyms not found!!!
  • Antonyms for unbendingly
  • Unbendingly antonyms not found!

The word "unbendingly" in example sentences

Thus much I learned, that between the Pole and the Russian there was a marked line, which allowed of but little or no amalgamation between the two races, and that the Pole shrunk unbendingly from the society of his conquerors. ❋ Unknown (1856)

If you're unbendingly religious to the point you refuse evolution as a concept, this is not the play for you. ❋ Liz Black (2011)

Unlike humans, who get bored, computers can tirelessly play these strategies against each other and unbendingly stick to the rules. ❋ Martin A. Nowak (2011)

People are more likely to vote, believe in the principles of, and follow unbendingly someone who shares facial characteristics with themselves. ❋ Unknown (2008)

"If you don't, we're both finished," she said unbendingly. ❋ Unknown (2010)

However, those who unbendingly insist on politically unsaleable policy planks like faith-based funding as the price for their support, either need a reality check, or must accept that they will exist only on the fringes of political life outside of any political party in Ontario. ❋ ALW (2008)

Mr. Paul, indeed, was not so much a butler as a sort of steward or, even, chamberlain; he dined privately, but with almost as much pomp as his master; he was feared by all the servants; and he consulted with the prince decorously, but somewhat unbendingly -- rather as if he were the prince's solicitor. ❋ Chesterton, G. K. (2003)

"If you don't stop calling me 'Ms. Robbins' and start calling me Maggie I'm going to open all my reports that quote you thusly: 'The unbendingly formal and stuffy Commander Low said today ...'." ❋ Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- (1995)

Was it because they were too unbendingly alike that they fought and could not come to terms, as Janyn had said? ❋ Peters, Ellis, 1913- (1983)

Certainly that which has never passed outside of its own orbit, unbendingly what it is, its own unchangeably, is that which may most strictly be said to possess its own being: what then are we to say when we mount and contemplate that which stands yet higher; can we conceivably say “Thus, as we see it, thus has it happened to be”? ❋ Plotinus (1952)

He writes as he feels, and he feels rightly, -- never forgetting to remain indulgent, even when he appears most unbendingly severe. ❋ Various (N/A)

The little scene was characteristic of her -- unbendingly determined and obstinate when she thought she was wronged and unjustly treated, impulsively ready to ask pardon when she saw herself at fault. ❋ Margaret Pedler (N/A)

In the last year he had suffered, but in his own way -- rigidly, coldly, unbendingly. ❋ Unknown (1922)

She reached over wildly, trying to open the door, but he held her back; she began to cry, and he talked to her, gently but unbendingly. ❋ Susan Glaspell (1915)

"I have no sister Elizabeth," he answered unbendingly. ❋ Unknown (1908)

If he hadn't made it a rule to have nothing to do with the members of the chorus, he would have approached her most unbendingly. ❋ Theodore Dreiser (1908)

Cross Reference for Unbendingly

  • Unbendingly cross reference not found!

What does unbendingly mean?

Best Free Book Reviews
Book Name Author
The Author E-Book Lexy Timms
The Stardust Cowboy E-Book Anne McAllister
Flatline E-Book Lexy Timms & Autumn Gaze
All for You E-Book Melody Grace
Perfect Stranger E-Book Lexy Timms
Best IOS App Reviews