inflexible in Engels
adj. inflexible, rigid, immovable; unbending, adamant, obdurate; uncompromising, unyielding
adj. inflexible, not flexible, unbending; immovable; rigid, stiff; stubborn
And the man of inflexible morality who was, the year before, anathematizing his son's behavior toward Laurier, considering it the most unpardonable of his wantonness,
The senator tried to resist; he wished to prolong the interview, but found that he was hitting against something hard and inflexible that repelled all his influence.
There are good people everywhere, and this Karl was a subordinate worth considering. He kept his distance from his equals, and was hard and inflexible toward his inferiors.
Perhaps they were foolish or blind or inflexible or simply unprepared.
She saw her father cold and obdurate to Edith, as to her; hard, inflexible, unyielding.
This requirement to package all changes into a single file makes system policies inflexible and difficult to manage.
'To London, ma'am,' resumed the inflexible beadle, 'by coach.
Your neck isn't spasming because you're inflexible.
I have seen that nations made from wrought iron and totally inflexible, like Spain.
Joan is completely inflexible, so she won't trade dates with you.
1. rigid: unyielding, inelastic, unbending, stiff
2. headstrong: resolute, solid, rigid, steadfast, obstinate, intractable, implacable
3. constant: invariable, fixed
4. tough: uncompromising, unyielding, hard-line