obstinate


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Synonyms for obstinate

Synonyms for obstinate

Synonyms for obstinate

persist stubbornly

tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield

stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing

resistant to guidance or discipline

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But in some localities of Karachi it all starts with obstinate birds pecking at your window at 5am.
Since the vote in 2016 there has been so much prevarication, so much back-and-forth, so much change that only the most obstinate of politicians could argue that public opinion looks the same now as it did then.
Summary: Panaji (Goa) [India], Aug 30 (ANI): Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) president Girish Chodankar on Wednesday accused Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar of being obstinate in not relinquishing the chief ministerial chair.
Everywhere in the city-markets, parks outside restaurants or even in streets you will find such obstinate beggars.
Everywhere in the city-markets, parks outside a restaurant or even in streets you will find such obstinate beggars.
'Sereno's repeated failure to file her SALNs, and her dishonesty before the JBC are demonstrative of her obstinate refusal to comply with the law and accordingly, her utter lack of integrity,' Calida said.
By CITY GIRL"This woman is headstrong, obstinate, and dangerously self-opinionated."These words were once used to described a young Margaret Thatcher, who at the age of 23, was rejected when she applied for a job at the Imperial Chemical Industries.
who responds to his obstinate behavior with unconditional love.
Or maybe when you probe your soul you find A sea of obstinate questions and doubt, Were you hurt when a lover was unkind?
"It [Iran] is obstinate against all conspiracies because of the wisdom of its leadership and the awareness of its people," he added.
The pair disagreed over the correct system to count pebbles during the live trial and Stanley called the radio DJ "obstinate".
Shah went on to say that Sharif through rallies lambasting state institutions and is befooling people to prove his innocence which is nothing but extreme of his stubbornness and obstinate.
He said the move would encourage arms holders to become more obstinate and impede efforts to achieve peace, security and stability in the Country.
Whether the project represents a self-aware attempt to atone for his mistakes or an obstinate effort to glorify his choices by waving the flag over those who endured their consequences is for the reader to decide.
CHINA on Wednesday issued a strong statement accusing India of being " obstinate" and " disregarding China's concerns" after Dalai Lama made a rare visit to Tawang, and called in India's envoy in Beijing, Vijay Gokhale to register a formal protest.