inflexibility

Part of speech: adverb

Inflexibly.

Part of speech: noun

Inflexibleness.

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Usage examples "inflexibility":

  1. It had once been a sturdy cottage, with a grim endurance and inflexibility which even some later and lighter additions had softened rather than changed. - "The Bell-Ringer of Angel's and Other Stories", Bret Harte.
  2. A grey mule, tethered to a palm- wood door and loaded with brushwood, lashed out with its hoofs at a negro, who at once began to batter it passionately with a pole, and a long line of sneering camels confronted them, treading stealthily, and turning their serpentine necks from side to side as they came onwards with a soft and weary inflexibility. - "The Garden Of Allah", Robert Hichens.
  3. Yet it is easy to recognize the Hebrew element in Sumner's nature; the inflexibility of purpose, the absolute self- devotion, and even the prophetic forecast. - "Cambridge Sketches", Frank Preston Stearns.