Not transient; not passing away; permanent.(adjective)
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Use "intransient" in a sentence
"But with fading focus and an intransient sense of urgency the Giants' biggest boo-boos right now, the Jets and their smack-talking chatter may just be the medicine they need."
"While President Reagan seized upon the Soviet era of reform during the 1980's as an opportune moment to improve relations between the two superpowers, the United States continues to be intransient in its outdated Cold War position with Cuba."
"In the years that followed, as the U.S. got mired ever more deeply in Iraq and Afghanistan -- Iran became ever more intransient."