uncompromisable

un·com·pro·mis·a·ble

 (ŭn-kŏm′prə-mī′zə-bəl)
adj.
That cannot be compromised: uncompromisable honesty.

uncompromisable

(ʌnˈkɒmprəˌmaɪzəbəl)
adj
that cannot or should not be compromised
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Terming dignity of women as uncompromisable, the bench asked the state government to ensure that the minor survivor of the gang rape gets admission in a nearby central school of the choice of her father.
That is why gentlemanship should be an uncompromisable gesture in this sector.
Our vision is to see truth and uncompromisable values become the non-negotiable requirement of staffing services valued above any other, and leading by example we will transform the standards of our industry," says Seaside Staffing President & CEO Cathey Botwright.
As UMHE l0oks to further expansion, this attention to service standards is an uncompromisable element of Al Ketbi's strategy.
By so doing, he made the uncompromisable compromisable.
While Dunsterville views East/West relations as oppositional and uncompromisable, he does concede a rationalistic position about the impossibility of judgment on the superiority/inferiority of cultures.
30), a description that demanded respect for an uncompromisable aspect of America's national identity.
The problem, all said and done, is of an acute sense of unswerving honesty and the effective presence of a sharp sword of an uncompromisable accountability.
It is a nonnegotiable, uncompromisable and prescriptive right as stated in the Syrian laws, the international law and the international legitimacy resolutions,'' the letters added.
The Palestinian people do not accept any compromises over their rights and constants because they are non-negotiable and uncompromisable.
48) Persons in conflict with the State have an uncompromisable claim for fair and equal treatment.
6) Immediately, however, Trevor exposes the stark disparity between this vision of uncompromisable bucolic harmony and the depressed reality that Felicia inhabits, a disparity symbolized as much by the tarnished brass nameplates that adorn the surgeries of dentist and doctor as by the heroine's unemployed status.