Definition of "incompliant" [in•com•pli•ant]

  • Not willing to comply; unyielding. (adjective)

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Use "incompliant" in a sentence
  • "You do not display an angry attitude, you do not yell at the officer, you do not be incompliant, and you make sure that even if you think that they are in the wrong for arresting you in no way should you resist arrest!"
  • "That it was camp policy to systematically beat incompliant prisoners, Tarek says, makes it hardly surprisingly that such vicious attacks could result in death."
  • "For years, Kynaston was lauded by the press and adored by his fans; but within a couple of weeks, he was this monster freak, and people were writing nasty poems about him: “Grown so large and incompliant, call Desdemona, enter Giant”."