unbudgeably

unbudgeably

(ʌnˈbʌdʒəblɪ)
adv
in an unbudgeable or immovable fashion
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iv) Because of its adversarial character, the legal system tends to draw in as witnesses scientists who are in a sense marginal--more willing than most of their colleagues to give an opinion on the basis of less-than-overwhelming evidence; moreover, the more often he serves as an expert witness, the more unbudgeably confident a scientist may become in his opinion.
Warm, gregarious, unbudgeably loyal, he strove to maintain a cozy network of affections despite his long, frequent absences from those he loved--and letters were the only way.
There were, indeed, quite a few more questions, but none were--or could be--addressed to me, since the microphone had been, as far as I could tell, unbudgeably pre-empted.