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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncompromisingun‧com‧pro‧mis‧ing /ʌnˈkɒmprəmaɪzɪŋ $ -ˈkɑːm-/ adjective  DETERMINEDunwilling to change your opinions or intentions an uncompromising opponent of democratic reformuncompromisingly adverb
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uncompromisingIt was a little bit grotesque and a little bit miraculous, but at the same time astonishingly stark and uncompromising.Basil was quite uncompromising about high standards in Art and required a lot from his teachers, but was encouraging to beginners.His uncompromising attitude is that our revered document is static and not subject to evolution or judicial interpretation.At work, George was known as an uncompromising businessman.For both occasions she had worn the same hat - an uncompromising chenille turban.He brought to the London office the sort of uncompromising determination that has been Korn/Ferry's trademark everywhere else.The District Officers were uncompromising in their opposition to the proposals of the wildlife conservationists.The group has taken an uncompromising position on environmental issues.It is also a study in marketing and merchandising genius and uncompromising product control.He maintains an uncompromising regimen that is strictly overseen by the trainers.Every time she returned to it, Breeze was struck by the uncompromising ugliness of her home.
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