If he isn't quite so bright, they call him soft-headed; if he won't be coaxed nor turned, they call him pig-headed.
He had a will of his own; and he was obstinate, mulish, pig-headed.
You've been a pretty good boy; stubborn and pig-headed sometimes, but, take you by and large, pretty good.
The trouble with Steve is that he's pig-headed or something.
He persuaded all who were present, with the exception of Mr. Short-Sight, a pig-headed man who reasoned falsely.
He knew this was either merciless sarcasm or the most pig-headed bigotry.
"pig-headed Yankee," commented the Mexican who had first spoken.
But there—I've said all I could, and if you will be pig-headed, you must.
She had brought herself to admit the pig-headed man, with limitations.
“You know how pig-headed Hank Lawson always is,” he told his chum.
Stubborn; stupidly obstinate (1620+)