Stubbornness synonyms

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An obstinate act, attitude, etc.
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The quality or state of being inflexible, or not capable of being bent or changed; unyielding stiffness; inflexibleness; rigidity; obstinacy.
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The state or characteristic of being pertinacious.
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The quality of being perverse; obstinacy or doggedness
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An instance of being perverse.
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Stubborn refusal to submit to authority, esp. that of a law court; insubordination; disobedience
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The property of being adamant.
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The quality of being refractory.
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The characteristic of being mulish.
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(Uncountable) The state or quality of being sullen.
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The condition of being pigheaded
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The characteristic of being bullheaded.
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The quality or state of being stubbornly inflexible
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The characteristic or quality of being grim
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The quality or state of being stubbornly inflexible
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The quality of being implacable.
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The condition of being incompliant
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The quality or state of being stubbornly inflexible
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The quality or state of being inexorable.
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The quality of being inexorable.
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Obstinacy of will or temper; firmness of purpose that will not yield to importunity or persuasion; unbending pertinacity.
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The state of being intransigent.
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The quality of intransigence.
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The characteristic of being obdurate; stubbornness.
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The condition of being relentless.
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The characteristic of lacking remorse
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In Economics: synonym for stickiness (of prices/wages etc.). Describing the tendency of prices and money wages to adjust to changes in the economy with a certain delay.
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The characteristic of being rigid.
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The characteristic of being obstinate.
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The quality of being willful and ignoring opposition.
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The quality or condition of being stupid.
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