Recalcitrance [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Recalcitrance:

I have no doubt that this recalcitrance to the crime-novel is a culpa, if not a culpa maxima.

The day of the Upcott visit came, and, in spite of all recalcitrance, Roger was made to mount the motor beside his wife.

I think Oswald justified it by means of his recalcitrance, kind of a reverse self-esteem.

His recalcitrance—she said—was a symptom of his whole attitude; he was taking it lying down.

The memorandum testifies to the strength of Bruce's hold on the country, and to the recalcitrance of Edward's barons.