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- n. The condition of being uncompromising
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Calvin reverted to Augustine's position on salvation, which they reasserted in all its uncompromisingness.
Indeed, the work is characterized by a certain uncompromisingness and sharpness in its harmonies.
No doubt, there is a certain admirable uncompromisingness, a certain Egyptian severity, in the musical line of the first of the
His thin, bearded face had more than ever that wistfulness which always softened towards him the uncompromisingness of her character.
It is in the uncompromisingness with which dogma is held and not in the dogma or want of dogma that the danger lies.
The other is that uncompromisingness can sometimes have specifically democratic virtues too, even apart from the underlying values that it represents.
-- Tr.)  If _uncompromisingness_ was an English word, it would express the thought more clearly and strongly.