In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) inflexible(opposition) implacable(opposition) rígido(insistence) persistente
- Friends credit his survival to his positive outlook, his unyielding faith and an iron will.
- The dignified way in which she battled her brain tumour is a credit to her unyielding character.
- He is unyielding in his perceptions, and his rigidity both elevates and isolates him.
- A compelling leader with brilliant intelligence, he was adamant and unyielding in his mission.
- Unlike the previous confrontation, however, his men were equally unyielding.
- One of the golden threads that links all these great people is their unyielding commitment to do that which was right in the face of mammoth challenges.
- His is a story of a remarkable, unyielding spirit and uncompromisingly fierce defiance.
- Katherine first started therapy as a rigid, unyielding business person, with no sense of frivolity or joy.
- Most famous for his swashbuckling systems and successes at Foggia more than 10 years ago, he was an unyielding believer in attack as the best form of defence.
- Even with her vegetation obsession, she was unyielding and did not back down from ridicule or teasing.
- Those who worked with Cameron found him arrogant and unyielding to pressure to alter the course he had set.
- It was hard to win with my father; he was an unyielding man, and a force to be reckoned with if you fell short of anything less than perfection.
- She was a tough woman of unyielding principle, standing up in protest against war, injustice and conditions of impoverishment.
- The drive she feels to achieve, Simone says, can be traced directly to the unyielding support she has felt from her family.
- On divorce, contraception, abortion and homosexuality, he was unyielding in his adherence to doctrine.
- We're absolutely unyielding, though, on the subject of our good intentions.
- He was a steely fellow, a man with a gentle Southern accent and an unyielding faith in discipline.
- He was quintessentially labor, he was uncompromising in his stance for the poor and the dispossessed, and he was unyielding in his respect for the dignity of work.
- He is both a friend and a tough, unyielding journalist.
- Alas, it not only had large keys, but a stiff and unyielding action.
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