pig-headedly


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Adv.1.pig-headedly - in a stubborn unregenerate manner; "she remained stubbornly in the same position"
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pig-headedly

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pig-headedly

[ˌpɪgˈhɛdɪdlɪ] advcaparbiamente, con testardaggine
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But Mrs May is still pig-headedly making life worse for struggling households.
It is the same attitude that leads to police pig-headedly refusing to put out CCTV images until eight months after a crime.
Chosen for the cynical and oh-so-insulting reason that Quebecers will overcome their qualms about our operations in Afghanistan if only a tall and perpetually tanned hunk will give them a wink and a smile, Bernier has proven to be the utter embodiment of current Canadian foreign policy: vapid, ill-formed, and uninterested, with the added bonus of being pig-headedly blunt and outright rude.
All right, as crimes go he has a way to go before he challenges Ronnie Biggs, but a pig-headedly ignorant criminal has to start somewhere.
Of course, this can be--and was--caricatured as the French pig-headedly rejecting Anglo-Saxon liberalism, the British being narrowly defeatist about Franco-German domination, and the Dutch selfishly withdrawing into themselves for parochial reasons.
Those media are still "embedded" in all kinds of ways, to be sure; but from the position of being pig-headedly in the tank for the Bush administration, they have been slowly recovering the ability to critique the whole post-9/11 farrago, the misadventures in Iraq, and even the Mosaic leader himself.