uncompromising


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Related to uncompromising: uncompromisingly, ungoverned

un·com·pro·mis·ing

 (ŭn-kŏm′prə-mī′zĭng)
adj.
Unwilling to grant concessions or negotiate; inflexible: took an uncompromising stance during the peace talks.

un·com′pro·mis′ing·ly adv.

uncompromising

(ʌnˈkɒmprəˌmaɪzɪŋ)
adj
not prepared to give ground or to compromise
unˈcomproˌmisingly adv
unˈcomproˌmisingness n

un•com•pro•mis•ing

(ʌnˈkɒm prəˌmaɪ zɪŋ)

adj.
1. not admitting of compromise; making no concessions; unyielding.
2. undeviating in one's belief or adherence to a principle, point of view, etc.
[1820–30]
un•com′pro•mis`ing•ly, adv.
un•com′pro•mis`ing•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncompromising - not making concessionsuncompromising - not making concessions; "took an uncompromising stance in the peace talks"; "uncompromising honesty"
compromising, conciliatory, flexible - making or willing to make concessions; "loneliness tore through him...whenever he thought of...even the compromising Louis du Tillet"

uncompromising

adjective
2. unrelenting, ruthless, relentless, tough, cruel, merciless, pitiless, unsparing, unsoftened a film of uncompromising brutality

uncompromising

adjective
2. Indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence:
3. Conforming completely to established rule:
Translations
غَيْر مُتَساهِل، مُتَصَلِّب، عَنيد
neústupný
kompromisløs
meg nem alkuvó
ósveigjanlegur
bezkompromisa-nepiekāpīgs
uzlaşmaz

uncompromising

[ʌnˈkɒmprəmaɪzɪŋ] ADJintransigente, inflexible
uncompromising loyaltylealtad f absoluta

uncompromising

[ˌʌnˈkɒmprəmaɪzɪŋ] adj
(= unyielding) [person, attitude] → intransigeant(e)
[integrity, brutality, honesty, film] → sans compromis

uncompromising

adjkompromisslos; dedication, honestyrückhaltlos; commitmenthundertprozentig; to be uncompromising in somethingsich bei etw auf keinen Kompromiss einlassen

uncompromising

[ʌnˈkɒmprəˌmaɪzɪŋ] adj (honesty, dedication) → assoluto/a; (attitude) → intransigente

uncompromising

(anˈkomprəmaiziŋ) adjective
keeping firmly to a particular attitude, policy etc. You should not adopt such an uncompromising attitude.
References in classic literature ?
The elder Lassiter had that severity of manner that so frequently affirms an uncompromising devotion to duty, and conceals a warm and affectionate disposition.
Her conception of the character was as heavy and uncompromising as her diction; she bore hard on the idea and on the consonants.
Economy was carried to its very extreme; but though Miranda was well-nigh as gloomy and uncompromising in her manner and conversation as a woman could well be, she at least never twitted her niece of being a burden; so Rebecca's share of the Sawyers' misfortunes consisted only in wearing her old dresses, hats, and jackets, without any apparent hope of a change.
He wanted the suggestion to come from me, so that later on, when the trouble was over, he could argue this point with his own uncompromising spirit, laying the blame upon my shoulders.
She disliked in Levin his strange and uncompromising opinions and his shyness in society, founded, as she supposed, on his pride and his queer sort of life, as she considered it, absorbed in cattle and peasants.
Not the least disguise toned down or shaded off that uncompromising fact in the landscape.
A lie, Watson--a great, big, thumping, obtrusive, uncompromising lie--that's what meets us on the threshold
Very well," and Professor Beecher's voice was as cold and uncompromising as was his rival's.
But the uncompromising Evangelical did not even now hold that he would have been justified in giving his son, an unbeliever, the same academic advantages that he had given to the two others, when it was possible, if not probable, that those very advantages might have been used to decry the doctrines which he had made it his life's mission and desire to propagate, and the mission of his ordained sons likewise.
was undoubtedly the most artful and uncompromising flatterer that ever smoothed out all the natural characteristic blemishes from a sitter's face; but even that accomplished parasite would have found Mr.
No,' says Lightwood, in an uncompromising voice; 'no money.
Time had not modified his ancient detestation of the humble drudge and protector of his boyhood; it was still bitter and uncompromising.