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1. Obstinacy definition is - the quality or state of being obstinate : stubbornness

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2. How to use Obstinacy in a sentence.

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3. Obstinacy deaf as an adder Obstinate refusal to listen; stubborn unwillingness to pay attention

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4. Obstinacy is the quality of firmly sticking to your own viewpoint or desires

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5. If you’ve ever watched a persistent two-year-old who wants something she’s been denied, you’ve witnessed Obstinacy at its purest

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6. Adults show Obstinacy too of course, when they refuse to be moved or change their mind.

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7. Synonyms & Antonyms of Obstinacy a steadfast adherence to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion the mindless Obstinacy of those people who continue to insist that the earth is flat

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8. / ˈɑːb.stə.nə.si / the quality of being unreasonably determined, especially to act in a particular way and not to change at all, despite what anyone else says: I stayed until the end out of sheer Obstinacy. the Obstinacy

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9. Obstinacy (countable and uncountable, plural obstinacies) The state, or an act, of stubbornness or doggedness

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10. Quotations ▼ He finished only through a mixture of determined Obstinacy

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11. A glorious vision, in which the prophet's lips are cleansed: he foretelleth the Obstinacy of the Jews

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12. THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSION VARIOUS She has an Obstinacy and a perseverance in sticking at you that drive you almost wild, but make you learn "lots" …

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13. Obstinance - the trait of being difficult to handle or overcome mulishness, Obstinacy, stubbornness intractability, intractableness - the trait of being hard to influence or control 2

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14. Obstinance - resolute adherence to your own ideas or desires bullheadedness, pigheadedness, self-will, stubbornness, Obstinacy firmness of purpose

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15. ‘The obduracy and Obstinacy of human beings is what enables them to fight for their countries, repel invaders and maintain their solidarity.’ ‘If Richards's film is a tribute to the tenacity of the treasure hunters, its very existence is proof of his dogged Obstinacy.’

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16. What does Obstinacy mean? The state or quality of being stubborn or refractory

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17. NounAn unyielding character or quality; continued resistance to the operation of remedies or to palliative measures: as, the Obstinacyof a fever or of a cold

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18. Definition of Obstinacy in the Definitions.net dictionary

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19. What does Obstinacy mean? Information and translations of Obstinacy in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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20. The obduracy and Obstinacy of human beings is what enables them to fight for their countries, repel invaders and maintain their solidarity

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21. Only as the strike nears defeat does his Obstinacy acquire a more human, faintly heroic quality.

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22. When other people try to persuade them to; behaviour that shows this synonym stubbornness an act of sheer Obstinacy

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23. I fancy, Lizzy, that Obstinacy is the real defect of his character, after all

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24. (Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen) Perhaps this was an agreeable excitement to the donkey-boys; or perhaps the more sagacious of the donkeys, understanding how the case stood, delighted with constitutional Obstinacy in …

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25. Obstinacy - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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26. Thereupon the Quakers, who were perhaps not without the -Obstinacy of which Marcus Aurelius complained in the early Christians, rushed to Massachusetts as if invited, and the result was that the general court of the colony banished them on pain of …

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27. The Obstinacy of both children in insisting on their own choice of movie resulted in an evening with no movie at all

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28. Lindsey just would not let go of her Obstinacy over a vacation that didn’t involve tents and latrines, so Benjamin finally put his camping gear away and agreed to talk to a travel agent.

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29. A glorious vision, in which the prophet's lips are cleansed: he foretelleth the Obstinacy of the Jews

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30. THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSION VARIOUS She has an Obstinacy and a perseverance in sticking at you that drive you almost wild, but make you learn "lots" …

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31. Another word for Obstinacy: stubbornness, persistence, tenacity, perseverance, resolution Collins English Thesaurus

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32. Obstinacy definition: the state or quality of being obstinate Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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33. Obstinacy n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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35. Obstinacy Obtuseness (See DIMWITTEDNESS.) Oddness (See ECCENTRICITY.) Oldness (See AGE, OLD.) Balmawhapple bullheaded, blundering Scotch laird

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36. Obstinacy is a word that refers to stubbornness or an unwillingness to give in mo matter what

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37. When you look for Obstinacy quotes you will see that there are many things which can bring out this attitude

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38. If you show Obstinacy then you are not being flexible, and this can create big problems in your life.

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39. It is a very accountable Obstinacy

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40. Sheer Obstinacy prevented her from apologizing

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41. But it was bigoted political Obstinacy, not courage, which induced h

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42. Ambition, Obstinacy, failure to recognise minorities and their rights, and failure to accept plurality are the cause of many tensions

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43. N Obstinacy The character or condition of being obstinate; pertinacions adherence to an opinion, purpose, or course of conduct, whether right or wrong, and in spite of argument or entreaty; a fixedness, and generally an unreasonable fixedness, of opinion or resolution, that cannot be shaken; stubbornness; pertinacity.; n Obstinacy An unyielding character or quality; continued resistance to the

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44. Obstinacy definition is - the quality or state of being obstinate : stubbornness

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45. How to use Obstinacy in a sentence

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46. The obduracy and Obstinacy of human beings is what enables them to fight for their countries, repel invaders and maintain their solidarity

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47. Only as the strike nears defeat does his Obstinacy acquire a more human, faintly

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48. Obstinacy 1) Balmawhapple bullheaded, blundering Scotch laird

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49. Supplementing classical political economy with the insights of fields ranging from psychoanalysis and phenomenology to evolutionary anthropology and systems theory, History and Obstinacy reaches down into the deepest strata of unconscious thought, genetic memory, and cellular life to examine the complex ecology of expropriation and resistance.

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50. The old man’s Obstinacy seemed natural to them, not because, as it was too easy to say, old age had made him less visionary than he had always been, but because renouncing the monopoly must have seemed to him like throwing away the victories of a historic battle that he and his brothers had waged unaided, back in heroic times, against powerful adversaries from all over the world.

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51. ‘I’ discovered that Obstinacy does not let the light of Gnan (Eternal Knowledge) to come through

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52. Then I saw all that Obstinacy, and it was destroyed

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53. Obstinacy, sir, is certainly a great vice; and in the changeful state of political affairs it is frequently the cause of great mischief

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54. In a new round of Obstinacy over the Nile dam dispute, Ethiopia has renewed its refusal to invite various parties as mediators to the talks on its controversial mega-dam.

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55. Obstinacy Obtuseness (See DIMWITTEDNESS.) Oddness (See ECCENTRICITY.) Oldness (See AGE, OLD.) Balmawhapple bullheaded, blundering Scotch laird

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56. Filipino words for Obstinacy include katigasan ng ulo, likit, kasuwailan, kasutilan, lurit and laris

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57. Obstinacy stands for technical Death Metal in US American style

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58. Obstinacy (also titled Tenacity)is the eighteenth episode ofCode Lyoko Evolutionand the overall one-hundred-and-thirteenth episode ofCode Lyoko

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59. Definition and synonyms of Obstinacy from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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60. This is the British English definition of Obstinacy.View American English definition of Obstinacy.

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OBSTINACY [ˈäbstənəsē]

NOUN
obstinacy (noun) · obstinacies (plural noun)

  • the quality or condition of being obstinate; stubbornness.
Synonyms: stubbornness . inflexibility . intransigence . intractability . intractableness . obduracy . mulishness . pig-headedness . bull-headedness . willfulness . self-will . strong-mindedness . contrariness . perversity . perverseness . recalcitrance . refractoriness . unmanageableness . stiffness . rigidity . steeliness . implacability . relentlessness . immovability . persistence . persistency . tenacity . tenaciousness . doggedness . pertinacity . pertinaciousness . single-mindedness . firmness . steadfastness . determination . frowardness . contumacy .