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  • He sought to turn her face to his, but she looked stubbornly away. Cited from Running Water, by A. E. W. Mason [AKA: Alfred Edward Woodley Mason]
  • And men fight so much more stubbornly if they hope for relief until the very last moment. Cited from Men in War, by Andreas Latzko
  • When they were ready to go she stubbornly refused to get down. Cited from A Man for the Ages, by Irving Bacheller
  • Through it all she stubbornly refused to be a part of any women's group.
  • Here a battle was fought not less stubbornly than the former one. Cited from History of the Incas, by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa
  • But his purpose through it all remained stubbornly fixed; that, also, she knew. Cited from Lady Rose's Daughter, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Now they had started, they would go on, stubbornly taking a road that was new to them. Cited from The Buccaneer Farmer, by Harold Bindloss
  • In fact, he stubbornly refused to believe what the doctor had said. Cited from Miss Billy Married, by Eleanor H. Porter
  • Each man was as stubbornly set in his new views as he had been in the old. Cited from The Settling of the Sage, by Hal G. Evarts
  • Over the following weeks, the woman stubbornly follows him and he continues to do his job.
  • He was always stubbornly convinced it would all come right in time. Cited from The Return, by Walter de la Mare
  • We stubbornly continued our march; we would not give in until we had the plain itself before us. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • Stubbornly he worked on and on, but the thing would not come as it used to! Cited from His Second Wife, by Ernest Poole
  • He continued working slowly and stubbornly along, when he was arrested by a cry behind him. Cited from The Story of Paul Boyton, by Paul Boyton
  • But those within knew it was a matter of life and death with them, and stubbornly held their ground. Cited from Great Riots of New York 1712 to 1873, J.T. Headley
  • But as he went back to his place up deck he turned the matter over and over in mind stubbornly. Cited from Daughter of the Sun, by Jackson Gregory
  • He had arranged his programme and would make no changes in it, he declared stubbornly. Cited from Madge Morton's Secret, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • None of them had much doubt as to what the end would be, but they stubbornly held on. Cited from The Intriguers, by Harold Bindloss
  • But he stubbornly tells her that to stay with him, she needs to follow his principles.
  • But before he returned she stubbornly refused to believe herself. Cited from Literary Love-Letters, by Robert Herrick
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Meaning of stubbornly

  • adverb In a stubborn unregenerate manner
    she remained stubbornly in the same position