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Use "unpliant" in a sentence
""He is unpliant, self-sequestered, coarse-grained; beyond all conception easy and phlegmatic.""
"Physically, mentally and morally diseased, weak yet stern, sensitive but unpliant, equally devoid of courage and of tact, he could not come in contact with the world without suffering a shock and swift recoil that drove him back to the refuge of solitude -- to the mute companionship of external Nature or the brooding contemplation of himself."
"Nature, usually so unpliant to the spirit of people who live with her, showing a bleak and rugged face, which poetically should indicate the abode of savages and ogres, to Hans"