Obstinate in a Sentence
Definition of Obstinate
stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or action; very difficult to change or persuade; refusing to obey
Use Obstinate in a sentence
Everyone described my grandfather as the most obstinate man alive!
Although the little boy knew he was wrong, he was too obstinate to apologize to his parents.
Obstinate and unyielding, the judge refused to give the defendant credit for time served.
The obstinate protestors refused to leave the office complex.
How can you be so obstinate and lovable at the same time?
The salesman was obstinate about the car’s price.
Because she is so obstinate, my niece often ends up eating dinner alone in her room.
Even though Henry’s friends wanted him to join them at the arcade, he remained obstinate and went to the library to study.
Cheryl was obstinate and refused to admit her marriage was over.
While an old dog can be quite obstinate, he can still learn new tricks.
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stubborn, persistent, adamant, firm, inflexible, unyielding, strong-minded, unmanageable, stiff-necked, headstrong, unbending
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