Oh! don’t be so proud, Estella, and so inflexible.
"Calls me proud and inflexible in this breath!" said Estella, opening her hands.
For this reason, I suppose, they were now inflexible with one another; Mr. Jaggers being highly dictatorial, and Wemmick obstinately justifying himself whenever there was the smallest point in abeyance for a moment.
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They accused her of being stubborn and inflexible.