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Definition of "inflexibleness" []

  • The quality or state of being inflexible; inflexibility; rigidity; firmness. (noun)
  • Obstinacy of will or temper; firmness of purpose that will not yield to importunity or persuasion; unbending pertinacity. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inflexibleness" in a sentence
  • "That this inflexibleness making me desperate, I resolved to add to my former fault, by giving directions that she should not either go or correspond out of the house, till I returned from M. Hall; well knowing, that if she were at full liberty, I must for ever lose her."
  • "Thou mayst perceive in these tears the steady, unalterable laws of heaven, the inflexibleness of the divine justice, that holds thee in adamantine bonds, and hath sealed thee up, if thou prove incurably obstinate and impenitent, unto perdition; so that even the Redeemer"
  • "This accounts in a measure for his coolness, his self-possession, and that kind of uncompromising rectitude or inflexibleness that marks his career, and that he so lauds in his essays."