Definition of Obduracy. Meaning of Obduracy. Synonyms of Obduracy

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Definition of Obduracy

Obduracy
Obduracy Ob"du*ra*cy, n. The duality or state of being obdurate; invincible hardness of heart; obstinacy. ``Obduracy and persistency.' --Shak. The absolute completion of sin in final obduracy. --South.

Meaning of Obduracy from wikipedia

- anything but a one-person show. Stephen Campbell Moore catches perfectly the obduracy and awkwardness of Maurice Wilkins, forever tugging at his slightly too-long...
- across large sections of the nation, appealing to people alienated by the obduracy and the complacency of the Catholic establishment. French Protestantism...
- June 2011. Mishra, Ambarish (10 June 2011). "Gave up the country, not his obduracy". The Times of India. Times News Network. "Bal Thackeray: MF Husain 'slipped';...
- stage-managed and semi-feudal Scottish variety, the self-****urance — and obduracy — of the English version, which had long experience of upsetting monarchs...
- bourgeoisie and parts of the aristocracy, appealing to people alienated by the obduracy and the complacency of the Catholic establishment. French Protestantism...
- live, every second of the last 30 years of illness with such mind-blowing obduracy, is a testament to the core of who he was – a blind obsessionality that...
- if it all comes out that we could have got our people out but for the obduracy of you and other people so to speak. ... I mean people say, why the bloody...
- and engaging the human will for repentance or bringing forth change or obduracy. Dependency dynamics and will of the Lord rooted in foreknowledge is revealed...
- where those clashed with those of their French overseers. This perceived obduracy led to the eventual demise of the Republic when the short-lived experiment...
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