And for another we are going to hope that a real court will not be so obstinately suspicious as this Scotchman.
And so during the third year he obstinately toiled on a work of revolt.
All this time the steady man hung on obstinately; nothing seemed to puzzle him or tempt him out of his caution.
But those clever men cling so obstinately to their own ideas.
Might not Julien be the fortunate rival on whom Reine's affections were so obstinately set?
"But I don't want to see it," the mother retorted; obstinately.
Here he paused and obstinately grasped the golden handle of the pitcher again.
But, to the indignation of Mrs. Bradley and John, he was obstinately incredulous.
And as she was obstinately silent he said once more: "Anna, what are you thinking of?"
“Girls are not supposed to keep secrets,” she said obstinately.
obstinate ob·sti·nate (ŏb'stə-nĭt)
Stubbornly adhering to an attitude, an opinion, or a course of action.
Difficult to alleviate or cure.