The unyielding rhetoric makes clear that, for the moment at least, both sides are firmly dug in.
Show, Draper writes, "united and unyielding opposition to the president's economic policies."
According to Clark, the “hypertrophic forms of masculinity” then prevalent favored “unyielding forcefulness” over “suppleness.”
Both insisted Goldwater was scaring away the swing voters Republicans needed with his unyielding conservatism.
A larger question for a potential Perry candidacy is how well his unyielding brand of conservatism might play outside of Texas.
But under the seething surface—first visible to the casual glance—was a substratum as pure as it was solid and unyielding.
If it is properly put together it will remain rigid and unyielding.
He was staring hard at Baumberger, and his whole face had sharpened till it had the cold, unyielding look of an Indian.
But one answer--a stern, unyielding NO--will be given to all such proposals.
The lock was evidently a strong one—the door held firm and unyielding, though she threw against it her entire weight.