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Obstinate - Definition

»  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.

More Vocabulary Words In Sentences:

Obstinate Synonyms

stubborn, persistent, adamant, firm, inflexible, unyielding, strong-minded, unmanageable, stiff-necked, headstrong, unbending

Obstinate Antonyms

willing, flexible, compliant, submissive, cooperative, yielding

Related Forms

obstinately (adverb), obstinateness (noun)

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