stubbornadjectiveuk /ˈstʌb.ən/ us /-ɚn/
- Even as a small child, he could be stubborn.
- He's very stubborn and it drives me mad sometimes.
- What infuriates me is his stubborn refusal to admit that he's ever wrong.
- If he thinks he's in the right he can be very stubborn.
- Her stubborn streak makes her very difficult to work with sometimes.
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