inflexibility

[ in-flek-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflexibility

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFLEXIBILITY

She endeavours to account for the inflexibility of her parents and uncles.

Have you not had experience enough of the inflexibility of pride and courage?

What was to be the union which that inflexibility carried was not foreseen.

It clung to her closely, and added to the inflexibility of her general appearance.

Their works did not exact the same constancy and inflexibility of effort.

She must understand now the inflexibility of his character and the intensity of his devotion.

The inflexibility of the combined ancestral spines had united in his back bone.

I have been astonished at her inflexibility and perseverance.

Obstinacy is the inflexibility of pride; consistency, the inflexibility of principle.

Excited as she was, she had seen the inflexibility of his purpose.

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