obstinacy definition

  • noun:
    • their state or quality of becoming stubborn or refractory.
    • The act or a case to be stubborn or refractory.
    • hawaii, or an act, of stubbornness or doggedness.
    • A fixedness in might, opinion, or quality that will not be shaken whatsoever, or only with great difficulty; firm and in most cases unreasonable adherence to an impression, function, or system; unyielding disposition; stubborness; pertinacity; persistency; contumacy.
    • the high quality or state to be difficult to remedy, ease, or subdue.
    • The character or condition of being obstinate; pertinacions adherence to a viewpoint, purpose, or span of conduct, whether right or incorrect, and in spite of debate or entreaty; a fixedness, and usually an unreasonable fixedness, of viewpoint or resolution, that cannot be shaken; stubbornness; pertinacity.
    • An unyielding personality or high quality; continued resistance toward operation of solutions or even to palliative actions: because, the obstinacy of a fever or of a cold.
    • the characteristic of being difficult to deal with or overcome
    • resolute adherence towards very own some ideas or desires

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