stubborn

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • Info Stubborn means fastly refusing to change opinions or position.
  • Even though told not to be, she remained positive and stubborn that she will go back home.
  • Part of the case to make for stubborn defense front in the south-west and south.
  • But after work, being very stubborn in this matter, I continued to write.
  • They are also known for being stubborn and extremely difficult to train.
  • He has fixed ideas, very stubborn and always follow his heart.
  • Training this breed may be difficult due to its independent and stubborn nature.
  • She is the most stubborn character of all in the Mr. Men series.
  • She tells him to go away but eventually invites him when he is stubborn.
  • He is proud and stubborn, and attempts to stand by his word no matter what.
  • These adults can sometimes be stubborn and be very careful over their money.
  • The stubborn American defense had completely taken the wind out of the Japanese attack.
  • He is a stubborn man who is very passionate about his work.
  • They are far too stubborn and aware of their own needs.
  • He is firm and stubborn when he puts his mind to something.
  • She was described as a nice, but stubborn woman with a strong character.
  • Stubborn and always having her way, she can't believe that the guy she loved is married.
  • He had the soul of an old stubborn Roman in him.
  • The husband and wife watch them, but still neither speaks out of stubborn pride.
  • Twice the Germans came at them and each time the attack was turned back by stubborn defence.
  • The selection of the future capital of India was entirely due to his stubborn resolution.
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Meaning of stubborn

  • adjective Tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield