inflexibility Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “inflexibility” in the English Dictionary

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inflexibilitynoun [U]


inflexibility noun [U] (BEING FIXED)

the ​quality of being ​fixed and ​unable or ​unwilling to ​change: legitimatequestionsregarding the inflexibility of the ​sentencingguidelines

inflexibility noun [U] (BEING STIFF)

the ​quality of being ​stiff and hard, and not ​able to be ​bent: the inflexibility of ​steel
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