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intractable
used in Wuthering Heights

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Definition
difficult in various senses:
  • of problems or disease:  difficult to solve or cure
  • of people or animals:  difficult to manage or control
  • of materials:  difficult to manipulate
  • The spirit which served her was growing intractable: she could neither lay nor control it.
    Chapter 11 (44% in)

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