Hardheaded [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Hardheaded:

Like all romancers, she is a little terrified at seeing one of her wildest conceits admitted by the hardheaded world.

And she was glad to see that the hardheaded old miller was not much impressed by the man, either.

The son of the hardheaded father came out at a crisis; and not too highhandedly: he could hear an opposite argument to the end.

He was thorough, practical, and after he had cut his mountain teeth in the Peace River disaster, a hardheaded man at his work.

The man of science like the man in the street has to face hardheaded facts that cannot be blinked and explain them as best he can.

"Cap'n Van Dyck's all right, only he's too dum hardheaded," he confided.

They were fond of me after the manner of hardheaded, practical people; they had more reason than heart in their affection for me.

We pride ourselves upon being realistic, desiring a hardheaded cognizance of facts, and devoted to mastering the means of life.

Dad's either too hardheaded or has not enough religion to own up to a fault.

But Tobin was a hardheaded man, and the sadness stuck in his skin.