She is comfortable in her semi-suburban, semi-elegiac, semi-Southern limbo, so why budge?
The administration refused to budge on calling a spade a spade.
But budge they must, and budge on spending cuts the Democrats must too, or else tumbling down the hill we will go.
But the Russians, Assad's top international backers, look unlikely to budge.
Refusing to budge on Facebook policy, Allan suggested a creative fix.
They all make a terrible fuss over their kit and their puggarees and their belongings, and refuse to budge without them.
He was ordered into the boat at least half-a-dozen times, but swore he would not budge.
He could not budge, he is planted solid like a church, he not advance no more than if one him had put at the anchor.
One might have a discharge of artillery; she did not care to budge once she had settled in a heap.
He longed to enter and plead for reinstatement, but his new-found pride refused to budge his legs door-ward.
1580s, from Middle French bougier "to move, stir" (Modern French bouger), from Vulgar Latin *bullicare "to bubble, boil" (hence, "to be in motion"), from Latin bullire "to boil" (see boil (v.)). Cf. Spanish bullir "to move about, bustle;" Portuguese bulir "to move a thing from its place." Related: Budged; budging.