And I am sorry to say I am afraid she is going to be rather obstinate about going abroad.
[obstinately] It’s not a bit o use.
Of the remaining two, who are both English, one is argumentative, solemn, and obstinate; the other rowdy and mischievous.
They are not loyal, they are only servile; not dutiful, only sheepish; not public spirited, only patriotic; not courageous, only quarrelsome; not determined, only obstinate; not masterful, only domineering; not self-controlled, only obtuse; not self-respecting, only vain; not kind, only sentimental; not social, only gregarious; not considerate, only polite; not intelligent, only opinionated; not progressive, only factious; not imaginative, only superstitious; not just, only vindictive;…
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She is an obstinate child who will not follow the family rules.