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Word: headstrong

Definition: willful; stubborn; unyielding; determined to have one's own way; CF. no 'excessive'


Sentences Containing 'headstrong'

"But I am somewhat headstrong by nature, and the more ready to engage in an affair when there is some obstacle in the way.
He was a spirited and a head-strong ruler and although ruled his territory with considerable efficiency, he incurred displeasure nor only among the neighbouring Feudatory Chiefs of Dhenkanal, Hindol, Daspalla, Baudh, and Athmallik but also among the British Officers by his head-strong dealings and outspoken nature.
Headstrong and temperamental, he called himself Kamov, after Ham (or Kam) from the Old Testament, who saw his father Noah naked but unlike his siblings Shem and Japhet did not cover his nakedness, thus issuing a curse.
Headway Arts, incorporated in 1995 as Headstrong Productions, is an independent arts organisation and registered charity based in Blyth, Northumberland.
His chief lieutenant was the headstrong José Félix Ribas.
In contrast to Mizanin's usually placid demeanor, The Miz was angry, combative, and headstrong.
In series 6, she loses her androgynous and passive nature in favour of a more feminine, headstrong and blunt personality.
In the year she married, she published the first book in what was to become a series of novels about a headstrong girl, Joop ter Heul.
She is a very headstrong, foolish girl, and does not know her own interest but I will make her know it.''
The pair are going to meet with Van Mitten’s tobacco business associate, a headstrong man named Kéraban.
``Listen to me,''said the countess,``and do not be so very headstrong.
``Lizzy is only headstrong in such matters as these.
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