Suddenly words began to bubble out, swift hot words and there was inflexible hate in the low voice.
But not the women of the Old Guard, and the women were the implacable and inflexible power behind the social throne.
When they looked into her young face and saw there the inflexible loyalty to the old days, they could forget, for a moment, the traitors within their own class who were causing fury, fear and heartbreak.
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They accused her of being stubborn and inflexible.