Obdurate in a Sentence
Definition of Obdurate
unmoved by persuasion, pity, or tender feelings; stubborn
Use Obdurate in a sentence
With his obdurate personality and intense dislike for people, Jonathan had all the makings of a professional killer.
Sometimes, you are too obdurate for your own good!
Despite the defendant’s apology, the judge was obdurate and gave him a thirty-year sentence.
Because Janice was obdurate, she did not shed a single tear while hearing the tragic story.
Wise beyond his seven years, Henry knew his mother was too obdurate to be affected by his tears.
Although the hurricane was rapidly coming their way, the townspeople were obdurate and did not leave their homes.
Even though his fellow teammates urged him to accept the new coach, the star basketball player remained obdurate and refused to follow the coach’s directions.
The protestors were obdurate and did not move even when the police arrived.
Will you stop being so obdurate and at least listen to my point of view?
Obdurate and quick to judge, the detective believed every suspect was guilty.
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