unyieldingness love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character or state of being unyielding; obstinacy; firmness.

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  • noun The state or condition of being unyielding.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun resoluteness by virtue of being unyielding and inflexible

Etymologies

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unyielding +‎ -ness

Examples

  • The weight of these demands coupled with continued Iranian unyieldingness should not be underestimated.

    P.J. Dermer: Israel's Human Calculus in the Equation to Attack Iran

  • Their fears had vanished, but the sand, receiving now their undivided attention, multiplied its unyieldingness.

    CHAPTER II

  • The weight of these demands coupled with continued Iranian unyieldingness should not be underestimated.

    P.J. Dermer: Israel's Human Calculus in the Equation to Attack Iran

  • I believe it is the strength of the ego feeling which gives to some the vigor and unyieldingness of their conscience.

    The Foundations of Personality

  • Their fears had vanished, but the sand, receiving now their undivided attention, multiplied its unyieldingness.

    Chapter 2

  • "But, Miss Neilson, I can't -- you mustn't --" she stammered; then, because of something in the unyieldingness of the square young chin above the sealskin coat, and because she could not (she knew) use actual force to drag the owner of that chin out of the line, she bowed her head in acquiescence.

    Miss Billy's Decision

  • Yes; in the generous emotions now swelling in your bosom; in the high and noble purpose -- now fixing itself in your mind, and referring into the unyieldingness of indomitable principle, we hear the inspiring response -- Liberia shall live before God and before the nations of the earth!

    Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence The Best Speeches Delivered by the Negro from the days of Slavery to the Present Time

  • "But, Miss Neilson, I can't -- you mustn't --" she stammered; then, because of something in the unyieldingness of the square young chin above the sealskin coat, and because she could not (she knew) use actual force to drag the owner of that chin out of the line, she bowed her head in acquiescence.

    Miss Billy's Decision

  • Then something in the strong, clear voice, the square unyieldingness of shoulders, the body massive and forceful, caused her to draw hastily away.

    Patsy

  • The Indian woman being commonly a wife and mother before a really full maturity has been reached, or any absolute unyieldingness of form been contracted, the figure yet admits of such-like beneficent processes being exerted upon it.

    A Treatise on the Six-Nation Indians

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