Definition of Bullheadedness

1. Noun. Resolute adherence to your own ideas or desires.




Definition of Bullheadedness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being bullheaded. ¹

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Definition of Bullheadedness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bullheadedness

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bullfightings
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bullfrog
bullfrogs
bullgine
bullgines
bullhead
bullhead rail
bullhead rails
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bullheadedly
bullheadedness (current term)
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bullhook
bullhooks
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bullies
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bullion

Literary usage of Bullheadedness

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1. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great: Called by Thomas Carlyle (1873)
"Most dull, embroiled, heavy Document; intricate, gnarled, and, in fine, rough and stiff as natural bullheadedness helped by Prussian pipeclay can make it ..."

2. History of Friedrich II of Prussia: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill (1897)
"Most dull, embroiled, heavy Document; intricate, gnarled, and, in fine, rough and stiff as natural bullheadedness helped by Prussian pipeclay can make it ..."

3. The Works of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill (1897)
"Most dull, embroiled, heavy Document; intricate, gnarled, and, in fine, rough and stiff as natural bullheadedness helped by Prussian pipeclay can make it ..."

4. The Course of Empire: An Official Record by Richard Franklin Pettigrew (1920)
"... was ready to sail for America, that it was "the damn bullheadedness of the officers in invading insurgent territory" that was responsible for that shot. ..."

5. Works by Thomas Carlyle (1894)
"Most dull, embroiled, heavy Document; intricate, gnarled, and, in fine, rough and stiff as natural bullheadedness helped by Prussian pipeclay can make it ..."

6. George Washington by William Roscoe Thayer (1922)
"... but neither he nor angels from heaven could prevent Braddock from plunging with typical British bullheadedness into the fatal Indian ambush. ..."

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