Obdurately [adverb]

Definition of Obdurately:


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Sentence/Example of Obdurately:

"It is our only chance," he said obdurately, in answer to her protests.

The peddler pressed his goods, Mrs. Sharpe obdurately declined.

"I don't aim ter bushwack ner layway nobody," went on Thornton, obdurately.

If they did not see, or obdurately refused to understand, he did not consider it part of his task to overcome them.

"I'm obleeged ter ask hit, Blossom," he obdurately answered.

"I don't know nothin' about checks an' sometimes banks bust," she obdurately insisted.

What thou hast failed in concealing thou mayest be so obdurately wicked as to attempt to justify.

"Dern' a Major or a Colonel don't make it much better," said Si, obdurately, but with much more respect.

Where his own health was concerned he obdurately refused to listen to reason.

But still she held Mr. Bellingham's arm, obdurately refusing to dance.