- "Out of obstinacy" shouted Gania.
- All observed how irritable and cross she had become since her last burst of laughter; but none the less obstinately did she stick to her absurd whim about this new game.
- When they had proceeded some hundred paces or so from the house, Aglaya said to her obstinately silent cavalier in a quick half-whisper: "Look to the right!"
- "And natural," repeated Lebedeff with pedantic obstinacy.
- It became obstinate-looking, hard, and full of hatred; but she did not take her eyes off her visitors for a moment.
- He had been obliging—now he was as obstinate and silent as a mule.
- Indeed, there was at this moment a piece of news, most interesting to the prince, which Lebedeff knew and even had wished to tell him, but which he now kept obstinately to himself.
- "You haven’t married, either, thanks to your obstinacy.
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- She is an obstinate child who will not follow the family rules.
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