And I was young and full of ragerie [wantonness]Chaucer.
Stubborn and strong, and jolly as a pie.
These heretics be so stiff and stubborn.Sir T. More.
Your stubborn usage of the pope.Shak.
Syn. -- Obstinate; inflexible; obdurate; headstrong; stiff;
hardy; firm; refractory; intractable; rugged; contumacious; heady. --
Stubborn, Obstinate. Obstinate is used of either
active or passive persistence in one's views or conduct, in spite of
the wishes of others. Stubborn describes an extreme degree of