Obdurate [adjective]

Definition of Obdurate:

pigheaded, stubborn

Opposite/Antonyms of Obdurate:

Sentence/Example of Obdurate:

Mrs Varden was obdurate, and being so was not to be overcome by mortal agency.

But, when she found Jane obdurate, Mrs. Snow might have surrendered.

"Obdurate, indeed, is the case that will not yield to such medicine as mine," she said.

But thanks to Providence, all hearts were not so obdurate as Rita's.

"She told me she 'd not see anybody, sir," was the obdurate reply.

She does not want to see me, thinks Abbot, and that looks as though Viva were obdurate.

"We'll see whether it'll be an improvement first," said the obdurate O'Reirdon.

Then she pleaded, finding him obdurate: "If you won't go for me, then go for your father."

A mother's tear may be disregarded, but the sigh of a mistress has changed the most obdurate.

The Augusta was obdurate and without her they did not care to act.