Unyielding in a sentence

Definition of Unyielding

Not giving in; not bending; stubborn.

Short Example Sentence for Unyielding

  • 1. He reeled suddenly against an unyielding object.
  • 2. The unyielding caves of some deep treasure-trove.
  • 3. But it requires active, persevering, unyielding efforts.
  • 4. Mr. McClure took up an unyielding attitude.
  • 5. Then there was a shock as of the concussion of two equally unyielding natures.
  • 6. He little knew the unyielding nature of the man with whom he had to deal.
  • 7. Their court staff was the solid foundation of unyielding precedent in form.
  • 8. How is the effect of unyielding clothing, when worn tight, illustrated?
  • 9. From behind the unyielding back came a statement of fact, firm and pitiless.
  • 10. This girl, this soft yet unyielding thing, was capable of that.

How to use Unyielding in a Sentence?

  • 1. The foundation must be more solid and firm and unyielding than any other part of the structure.
  • 2. Yet it seemingly only served to make the grim rules of war more unyielding than ever.
  • 3. He stretched himself wearily as though stiff from his unyielding bed of sun-baked earth.
  • 4. She touched the hard, unyielding stone of the ring under the thin bodice of her gown.
  • 5. He knew the clever wiles of the capitalists; he would meet them with calm but unyielding dignity.
  • 6. But such an unyielding system could not last; in fact, it was already giving way.
  • 7. Oh! can the grave, that haven of salvation, be the last swallowing, unyielding whirlpool?
  • 8. Grim national and racial pride and battalion pride and soldierly pride grappled in unyielding effort and enmity.
  • 9. Annular bases and tripods would be of little use until level floors of unyielding material came into vogue.
  • 10. Every square inch of his body ached where the doubled gravity had pressed his flesh to the unyielding wood of the floor.
  • 11. To live within sound or sight of the sea is to be conscious of a voice or countenance that holds you in unyielding bonds.
  • 12. The larger the specimen the thicker is the skin, and consequently the harder and more unyielding should be the material it rests upon.
  • 13. He unwound the cerements from the hollow and unyielding head; and the face was new to him; it had not been there the other afternoon.
  • 14. The pitch of a propeller is really the distance it would advance in one revolution if it were revolving in an unyielding or solid substance.
  • 15. He was chewing on something which might have been bear-meat or buckskin, from its apparent tenacious and unyielding nature.
  • 16. For he thought of it as boldness, and of his former unyielding adherence to the principles he believed to be right, as timidity.
  • 17. He leaned against the straight, sternly unyielding bole of the tree, folding his arms and staring at the house.
  • 18. Hast thou ever seen in this world brass stronger, or blade sharper, or mountain more unyielding than this?
  • 19. To me she is always obedient; but with Rob she is as unyielding as a rock in the most trifling matters.
  • 20. Even the frosty soil beneath him, unyielding to his tread, recalled the apathy with which his fellow-countrymen had listened to his cries.
  • 21. Mr Bellamy continued to be very polite and very talkative, and to prosecute his repast with unyielding equanimity.
  • 22. With much reluctance and unyielding incredulity Sridama is prevailed upon to enter the palace, where he finds his wife.
  • 23. Turning his head upon a stiff and unyielding pillow, he could discern a streak of saffron light lining the sill of a doorway, near by his side.
  • 24. But Brunehild protected them, with unyielding courage, against their foes, and proved herself every inch a queen.
  • 25. Returning from a tour at night I had absorbed what seemed at one moment the unrealness and at another the stern, unyielding reality of the scenes.
  • 26. Whalebone, wood, steel, and every other unyielding substance, should be banished from the toilet, as enemies of the human race.
  • 27. Christina was a tall, big woman, but her figure was thick, heavy, and altogether devoid of grace; stiff and unyielding it was as her own nature.
  • 28. His was a dogmatic creed, of stern unyielding Calvinism, which left him always self-satisfied, and often made him aggressive.
  • 29. Beyond, on the firm and unyielding land, the pine woods stood up, vast, dim, and silent, stretching away into the interior.
  • 30. To be sure, he forgot that his son had inherited his own unyielding nature, but that is just the very thing parents of his type invariably do forget.