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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US guarantees Israel's independence and survivability, its uncompromisable security and its unquestionable and multidimensional hegemony in the region.
When it comes to products like nutraceutical supplements, which are consumed by a large demographic, integrity of the product becomes exceedingly vital and uncompromisable. Browse Full Report on Nutraceutical Supplements Market with TOC - https://www.factmr.com/report/2457/nutraceutical-supplements-market The practice of counterfeiting can dent consumer confidence with respect to a product, posing major challenges for the manufacturing companies.
Being an industry wherein operational efficiency remains uncompromisable, the aviation industry is heavily investing in deployment of onboard maintenance systems to enable well-structured preventive maintenance.
Historian David Grimsted studied over 1,200 riots from the 1830s to the 1850s and concluded that they were indeed "a piece of the ongoing process of democratic accommodation, compromise, and uncompromisable tension between groups with different interests." In the pro-slavery South, this meant a political culture so insistent on protecting white supremacy that "it demanded the cessation of white freedom where it touched that issue: petition, speech, press, assemblage, religion, and--in the 1850s--democratic majoritarianism."
Our guiding principle is: 'Every dream deserves to be taken seriously.' At the most basic level, this means every person's rights have an uncompromisable value.
They go about scooping a broth of lies, spiced with exaggerated truth about their rejection of huge monetary offers from other aspirants because of their 'uncompromisable' love for 'his excellency.' Such tale is a bargaining power to drive the bazaar to the stratosphere.
"Compromising the Uncompromisable: Discrimination," American Journal of Economics and Sociology 57(2): 223-237.
Compromising the Uncompromisable: A Private Property Rights Approach to Resolving the Abortion Controversy.
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.
(216) See ibid ("[slavery was the great uncompromisable exception, but slavery has been uniformly abolished....