stubbornly


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stub·born

 (stŭb′ərn)
adj. stub·born·er, stub·born·est
1.
a. Refusing to change one's mind or course of action despite pressure to do so; unyielding or resolute. See Synonyms at obstinate.
b. Characterized by a refusal to change one's mind or course of action; dogged or persistent: stubborn prejudice; stubborn earnestness.
2. Difficult to treat or deal with; resistant to treatment or effort: stubborn soil; stubborn stains.

[Middle English stuborn.]

stub′born·ly adv.
stub′born·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.stubbornly - in a stubborn unregenerate manner; "she remained stubbornly in the same position"
Translations
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stubbornly

[ˈstʌbənlɪ] ADV [insist, say] → obstinadamente, tercamente; [refuse, continue, oppose] → obstinadamente; [resist, cling] (= steadfastly) → tenazmente; (= pig-headedly) → obstinadamente
he was stubbornly determined/persistentsu resolución era obstinada/su insistencia era tenaz
interest rates have remained stubbornly highperduran los tipos altos de interés

stubbornly

[ˈstʌbərnli] adv
(= obstinately) [refuse] → obstinément
(= persistently) [remain, continue] → obstinément

stubbornly

adv
refusestur; insiststörrisch; saytrotzig, starrköpfig
(= persistently)hartnäckig; interest rates have remained stubbornly highdie Zinsen sind unbeirrt hoch geblieben

stubbornly

[ˈstʌbənlɪ] advostinatamente, cocciutamente
References in classic literature ?
He was afraid, first that he would stubbornly refuse to buy and thus lose the opportunity to sell again; second that he would not be stubborn enough and would in a moment of weakness buy what could not be sold.
echoed the excited woodsman, who was now stubbornly bent on maintaining his identity at every hazard, and on whom the secret hints of Heyward to acquiesce in the deception were entirely lost.
Efforts, it is true, were made by the Pyncheons, not only then, but at various periods for nearly a hundred years afterwards, to obtain what they stubbornly persisted in deeming their right.
She was patient -- a martyr, indeed but she forebore to pray for enemies, lest, in spite of her forgiving aspirations, the words of the blessing should stubbornly twist themselves into a curse.
I tried to burst open the door; but it stubbornly resisted.
And thus, while the one ship went cheerily before the breeze, the other stubbornly fought against it; and so the two vessels parted; the crew of the Pequod looking with grave, lingering glances towards the receding Bachelor; but the Bachelor's men never heeding their gaze for the lively revelry they were in.
I was far from expecting ever to belong to him, for the price asked for me from the time I was first enslaved was exorbitant, and always provoked either anger or derision, yet my master stuck stubbornly to it -- twenty-two dollars.
So profoundly ignorant of the nature of slavery are many persons, that they are stubbornly incredu- lous whenever they read or listen to any recital of the cruelties which are daily inflicted on its victims.
He stubbornly declined answering for a while: she persevered, and finally persuaded him to hold communion with her through the boards.
Archibald Craven, who lived at Misselthwaite Manor, she looked so stony and stubbornly uninterested that they did not know what to think about her.
To such a thing," said Wickens's boy stubbornly, emboldened by witnessing the effrontery of one apparently of his own class.
He resolved to build a line from Boston to Providence, and was so stubbornly bent upon doing this that when the Bell Company refused to act, he picked up the risk and set off with it alone.