not budge

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But I do not know the road, and if I did I would not budge another foot.
But to the amazement of all, the knight did not budge from his tracks, though the upper half of his body swerved slightly to ease the force of the blow.
Night was coming on, the darkness began to gather--still we did not budge.
The peak dropped instantly, a great belly of loose canvas floated broad upon the water, and since, pull as I liked, I could not budge the downhall, that was the extent of what I could accomplish.
Singularly enough, the beast beheld this apparition and backed instantly, but the rider evidently saw nothing and whipped up unmercifully, also unsuccessfully, for the spirit stood directly in the path, and the amiable beast would not budge a foot.
But he, holding firmly on to the platform, did not budge an inch, and let the storm pass on, which would soon have assumed formidable proportions, if Michel Ardan had not quieted it by a gesture.
Maud even contrived, at times when all my efforts could not budge the windlass, to hold the turn with one hand and with the other to throw the weight of her slim body to my assistance.
He reclined with his head supported on elbow and did not budge.
I did not budge an inch and passed him on a perfectly equal footing
But her home-made fangs, moulded to her own teeth, would not budge and in a panic and barely able to speak she rang an emergency dentist.
In three years, they did not budge, and have zero progress,' the chairperson said.
Despite their best efforts, however, the bus would not budge - and a back-up minibus had to be called in.