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Synonyms for froward

given to acting in opposition to others

Synonyms for froward

habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

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Referencing 1 Peter 2:18, Aquinas says "For Peter admonishes us to be reverently subject to our masters, not only to the good and gentle but also the froward.
As Joseph Swetnam illustrated in Arraignment of Lewd, idle, froward, and unconstant women (1615),"[f]or women haue a thousand ways to intice thee, and ten thousand waies to deceiue thee.
Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Minister Patrick Zhuwao said the unit is focused towards meeting Point 1 of the Government's 10 point plan that looks froward to re-vitalise the agriculture and agro-processing value chain.
Who with a broad highway have overbridged The froward chaos of futurity, Tamed to their bidding-- (5.
Speght's A Mouzell for Melastomus (1617) offers a prose defense of women at least in part written in response to Joseph Swetnam's popular misogynist pamphlet titled The Araignment of Lewde, Idle, Froward and Unconstant Women (1615).
But he will be particularly looking froward to the return of Leighton Baines, Phil Jagielka, Tim Howard and company in order to find out about their experiences in Brazil.
It is believed a number of people were present in the area at the time of the incident and police are asking them to come froward as they may have information which could help enquiries.
I look froward to the day when that cruel and unusual punishment is abolished.
When they provide biographical or historical information that is more extensive than the authors family and major works, it is of the type that is immediately relevant to comprehending the work at hand: that Speght's A Muzzle for Melastomus is a response to Joseph Swetnam's The Arraignment of Lewd, idle, froward, and unconstant women; that Alice Sutcliffe was probably Catholic; that Lucy Hutchinson was Calvinist.
Having already provided a DNA sample, Peter Beardsley is looking froward to the results.
Froward and fearful, obstinate and hysterical, scheming one moment and panicking the next, the Queen's motives and ultimately the Queen herself are made monstrously perplexing.
The verse (taken with the preceding one) reads: "An ungodly man ('ish beliyya'al) digs up evil, and in his lips there is as a burning fire; A froward man sows strife; and a whisperer (nirgan) separates familiar friends.
The mouth of the just bringeth forth wisdom: but the froward tongue shall be cut out.
Written as an exchange of letters between a man and woman, these two letters--for lack of a manuscript title, I shall refer to them as the Rawlinson epistles--skillfully invert late Middle English verse love epistle conventions; for instance, the first line of the woman's letter, "Vnto you most froward bis lettre I write," counters the deferential, flattering tone with which most verse love epistles begin.