stubborn (adj.) Old form(s): stubborne
resistant, hostile, antagonistic
H8 II.iv.122[Campeius to all, of Queen Katherine] The Queen is obstinate, / Stubborn to justice
MM V.i.477[Duke to Barnardine] thou art said to have a stubborn soul
MV IV.i.32[Duke to Shylock] pluck commiseration ... / From stubborn Turks
TC V.ii.134[Troilus to Ulysses] do not give advantage / To stubborn critics

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