stubborn (Meaning)

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stubborn (a)

tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield

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stubborn (s)

not responding to treatment

Synonyms & Antonyms of stubborn

stubborn Sentence Examples

  1. The stubborn mule refused to budge, no matter how much its rider tugged at the reins.
  2. Despite repeated warnings, the stubborn teenager insisted on sneaking out of the house.
  3. Her stubborn nature prevented her from admitting her mistakes, even when it was clear she was wrong.
  4. The stubborn politician refused to compromise on his beliefs, even if it meant losing support.
  5. The stubborn child refused to eat his vegetables, no matter how much his parents coaxed him.
  6. Stubborn as a rock, he refused to listen to any advice that contradicted his own opinions.
  7. The stubborn neighbor refused to trim his overgrown yard, even though it attracted pests and drew complaints.
  8. Her stubborn determination drove her to achieve her goals, regardless of the obstacles she faced.
  9. The stubborn cat refused to use its litter box, causing constant frustration for its owner.
  10. Their stubborn refusal to resolve the conflict resulted in a prolonged and bitter stalemate.

FAQs About the word stubborn

tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield, not responding to treatment

obstinate,adamant, steadfast, immovable, unrelenting, self-willed, relentless, obsessive,hardened, stiff-necked

willing, agreeable, yielding, receptive, obedient, docile, receptive, submissive, acquiescent, obedient

The stubborn mule refused to budge, no matter how much its rider tugged at the reins.

Despite repeated warnings, the stubborn teenager insisted on sneaking out of the house.

Her stubborn nature prevented her from admitting her mistakes, even when it was clear she was wrong.

The stubborn politician refused to compromise on his beliefs, even if it meant losing support.