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The king grew angry, but the duke remained firm and unyielding.
SWEDENVICTOR NILSSON
So tangled and unyielding was the mass that even dynamite had little effect upon it.
For a moment their glances met, the woman's hot and angry, the man's cold and unyielding.
THE GOLDEN AMAZONS OF VENUSJOHN MURRAY REYNOLDS
The masses of roots are as unyielding as iron, and run twisting through the soil to the distance of sixty yards.
AMONG THE TREES AT ELMRIDGEELLA RODMAN CHURCH
His victim had now become his tyrant; not implacable or vindictive, but firm and unyielding in the discharge of his duty.
BRAVE OLD SALTOLIVER OPTIC
She touched the hard, unyielding stone of the ring under the thin bodice of her gown.
THE COAST OF CHANCEESTHER CHAMBERLAIN
Otherwise they will become an incrusting shell, fixed and unyielding, which will limit our growth.
THE MIND AND ITS EDUCATIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS
For that matter, on the unyielding support of my table, they are not one and all so cautious.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
He was loved as a son by that stern and unyielding Puritan, Samuel Adams, then at the vigorous old age of fifty-four.
But he is not Shakespearean in his medium of expression, which is hard and unyielding—a kind of musical bronze or granite.
MUSICAL CRITICISMSARTHUR JOHNSTONE

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