Definition of Bullheadedly
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Literary usage of Bullheadedly
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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1912)
"Steadfastly, bullheadedly, the jobbers and wholesalers stuck to the guns they trained upon the California olive oil—until the Los Angeles producers passed ..."
2. History of the Spanish-American War: Embracing a Complete Review of Our by Henry Watterson (1898)
"There were the enemy, and we went for them bullheadedly and made them exceedingly sick. " The lesson I draw from the fight is the great utility of target ..."
3. The Great Republic edited by Charles Morris (1912)
"There were our opponents and we went for them bullheadedly and made them exceedingly sick. The lesson I draw from the fight is the great utility of target ..."
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