Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use the word intransigent in a sentence?
A person who refuses to agree or compromise can be described a intransigent. They did not ask for the definition of the word intransigent but a sentence. Heres my sentence: His intransigent demeanor and unwillingness to compromise cost us the deal we secretly coveted. ...
Asked in Definitions
Does inflexible means stubborn?
Yes, the definition of stubborn is a person's refusal to change ideas or opinion(s). The definition to inflexable is nearly identical or rather is identical,just that the wording is different which is; a persons unwillingness to change or compromise. ...
What 3 constitutional compromise did convention delegates makes?
the great compromise, three fifths compromise, and commerse compromise.
Asked in Definitions, Example Sentences
What example sentences do not use the word compromise correctly?
INCORRECT SENTENCES He compromise with them. What they did with compromise were wrong. They smelled the invisible compromise. She added potatoes and carrots to the compromise that had simmered half a day. When it compromise with them it did not know what it do. ...
How was the compromise of 1850 more a triumph of sectional self-interest than a true national compromise?
By definition, a compromise is a resolution of conflicting sectional interests. 'National compromise' doesn't mean too much. The Compromise of 1850 was a rather desperate attempt to replace the successful Missouri Compromise, which had kept the peace for thirty years, but was rendered inoperable by the admission of California - too big to fit the geographical terms of the compromise. In the new deal, California would be admitted as free soil - a major concession by the South, who then needed to be appeased...
Which came first Missouri compromise or compromise of 1850?
Missouri Compromise was signed in 1820s. The Compromise of 1850 was signed in the 1850s...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the opposite of the word compromise?
The opposite of a compromise would be a failure to compromise, possibly a stalemate (remaining in disagreement or unsettled). The opposite of the verb to compromise would be to not compromise, to be stubborn, adamant, or inflexible. ...