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Having a small round head.
Obstinate and stupid; SYN. bullet-headed, pigheaded. bull-headed
(Stock market) Expecting a rise in prices.
Commerce, anticipating or associated with a rise in price.
Of timber; having fibers running irregularly rather than in parallel. cross grained
Tending to complain; grumpy; subject to whims.
Stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing; SYN. obdurate, obstinate, unrepentant.
ETYM Fron. Dog.
1. Sullen; morose.
2. Sullenly obstinate; obstinately determined or persistent.
ETYM Cf. French dur, Latin durus hard.
Harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance; SYN. forbidding, grim.
1. Not easily restrained; ungovernable; obstinate; stubborn.
2. Directed by ungovernable will, or proceeding from obstinacy.
ETYM Latin intractabilis: cf. French intraitable, formerly also intractable. Related to In- not, and Tractable.
Not tractable; difficult to manage or mold.
Wrong in e.g. opinion or judgment; SYN. mistaken.
Like a mule; sullen; stubborn.
Unreasonably and inflexibly obstinate
1. Done with delicacy and skill; SYN. skillful.
2. Pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance; SYN. pleasant, agreeable, charming, affable, amenable.
3. Possessing, marked by, or demanding great or excessive precision and delicacy.
ETYM Latin obduratus, p. p. of obdurare to harden; ob + durare to harden, durus hard. Related to Dure.
1. Hardened in feelings, esp. against moral or mollifying influences; unyielding; hard-hearted; stubbornly wicked.
2. Hard; harsh; rugged; rough; intractable.
3. Obstinate; hard-hearted.
ETYM Latin obstinatus, p. p. of obstinare to set about a thing with firmness, to persist in; ob (see Ob-) + a word from the root of stare to stand. Related to Stand, Destine.
Persisting in a reactionary stand; SYN. stubborn, unregenerate.
Obstinate in one's opinions; SYN. opinionative, self-opinionated.
ETYM Latin pertinax, -acis; per + tenax tenacious. Related to Per-, and Tenacious.
1. Holding or adhering to any opinion, purpose, or design, with obstinacy; perversely persistent; obstinate.
2. Resolute; persevering; constant; steady.
ETYM Latin perversus turned the wrong way, not right, p. p. of pervertereto turn around, to overturn: cf. French pervers. Related to Pervert.
Marked by a disposition to oppose and contradict.
1. Of, relating to, or suggestive of a pig
2. Having qualities associated with a pig
3. Relating to, or like, a pig; greedy.
(Informal) Stubborn; obstinate.
ETYM Latin recalcitrans, p. pr. of recalcitrare to kick back; pref. re- re- + calcitrare to kick, from calx heel. Related to Inculcate.
1. Marked by stubborn resistance to and defiant of authority or guidance; SYN. refractory.
2. Marked by stubborn resistance to authority.
3. Disobedient or stubborn (person).
ETYM Latin refractorius, from refringere: cf. French refractaire. Related to Refract.
1. Resistant to authority or control.
2. (Med) Not responding to treatment; SYN. stubborn.
Stubborn; disobedient; immune.
Able to resist high temperature, for example ceramics made from clay, minerals, or other earthy materials. Furnaces are lined with refractory materials such as silica and dolomite. (of a material).
Unruly; unmanageable; perverse; obstinate.
ETYM Old Fren. restif, French rétif, from Latin restare to stay back, withstand, resist. Related to Rest remainder, and cf. Restiff.
Impatient especially under restriction or delay.
Fidgety; uneasy; obstinate; unmanageable; refusing to go forward.
Governed by one's own will; not yielding to the wishes of others; obstinate
1. Lacking ease in bending; not limber
2. Hard to overcome or surmount; SYN. uphill.
3. Not moving or operating freely
With powerful drive, obstinate
ETYM Old Eng. stoburn, stiborn; probably from as. styb a stub. Related to Stub.
1. Difficult to treat or deal with.
2. Tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield.
ETYM Latin tenax, -acis, from tenere to hold. Related to Tenable, Tenace.
1. Holding fast, or inclined to hold fast; inclined to retain what is in possession.
2. Apt to retain; retentive.
3. Holding stoutly to one's opinion or purpose; obstinate; stubborn.
4. Grasping firmly; clinging closely; not quickly relinquishing or forgetting.
Fretful; peevish; easily irritated.
1. Not thin; of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions; or of a specific thickness
2. Relatively dense in consistency
3. Abundantly covered or filled
5. (Of darkness) Very intense; SYN. deep.
ETYM Pref. un- not + toward.
1. Awkward; ungraceful.
2. Inconvenient; troublesome; vexatious; unlucky; unfortunate.
Unlucky; awkward; inconvenient; improper.
Refusing to give way or compromise
ETYM Old Eng. weiward, for aweiward, i. e., turned away. Related to Away, and -ward.
Unpredictable; not following the usual path.
1. Obstinately and often perversely self-willed
2. Done deliberately; intentional
1. Of set purpose; self-determined; voluntary.
2. Governed by the will without yielding to reason; obstinate; perverse; inflexible; stubborn; refractory; --.