Adjective(1) incapable of change(2) not making concessions(3) resistant to being bent(4) incapable of adapting or changing to meet circumstances
(1) People over 35 were thought to be ├ö├ç├┐too inflexible and unwilling to learn├ö├ç├û.(2) He has an inflexible regime and must stick to a timetable of food and injections.(3) Even in a small suburban committee, the inflexible zealot, the resourceful opportunist and the passive collaborator are never really equal in judgment or influence.(4) They accuse universities of being inflexible , inefficient, and unaccountable, and they view the tenure system as an impediment to effective university governance.(5) People who are more rigid and inflexible have more difficulty adapting, so you need to have lot of different kinds of skills in order to succeed?(6) Unfortunately, this often made him appear stubborn, inflexible , and difficult.(7) The same could be true of the Gamma Pad, as they're both constructed of inflexible hard and thick plastic.(8) Though this will be effective in theory, the difficulty is the centralised distribution of state finances - an inflexible system that often causes funding delays.(9) And I am not in favour of employers who are inflexible with regard to allowing people to go to Sunday worship.(10) The contract is inflexible , whatever the circumstances.(11) The knight was bolted into a very heavy and largely inflexible armour equipped with a lance rest; jousting almost standing in his stirrups he was virtually impregnable - which was the idea.(12) Around 365 practices across Scotland have signed up to the project, known as the Scottish Primary Care Collaborative, sparking fears that thousands of patients are being hit by the inflexible system.(13) When you disagree with her or won't go along with something she wants to do, she's completely inflexible and unwilling to compromise.(14) It also makes these people stubborn and inflexible , especially when it comes to their own convictions.(15) Too often we deliver services that are inflexible and fail to take account of real need.(16) It would appear that the new order of Catholicism is as equally inflexible and uncompromising, as the old order would appear to be.
1. stubborn ::
2. unalterable ::
3. rigid ::
4. uncompromising ::
1. elastic ::
2. flexible ::
3. mutable ::
4. variable ::
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