The United States and NATO were implicated more deeply, directly and intractably in Afghanistan than they had ever been in Bosnia.
"Then it appears to me that Sergeant Troy does not concern us here," she said, intractably.
"O no," she said, intractably moving to the other side of the decayed fire.
But something in him, some intractably tough bit of his old self, rose up protesting—frantically.
intractable in·trac·ta·ble (ĭn-trāk'tə-bəl)
Difficult to manage or govern; stubborn.
Difficult to alleviate, remedy, or cure.