Awesome Adjective: Stubborn

Meaning: To not change one’s mind or behavior; to be uncooperative or inflexible.

Examples:

My brother is as stubborn as a mule. He never changes his opinion even if he knows he’s wrong.

The stubborn student refused to move after the teacher asked her to sit at a different table.

Some people say you have to be a little stubborn to get what you want in life.

Pop Quiz:

A more positive word that means something similar to stubborn is…

A.  persistent.

B.  strong-willed.

C.  tenacious.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is A, B, and C. Persistent, strong-willed, and tenacious are all more positive-soundings synonyms of the word stubborn. So next time someone calls you stubborn, just say, “No, I’m tenacious!”

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One thought on “Awesome Adjective: Stubborn

  1. ywyuetwong@gmail.com says:

    I Think 99.9999% people do the formal way.They’re stubborn, No matter men or women and how old they are.

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