Definition of Stubbornnesses

1. Noun. (plural of stubbornness) ¹



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Definition of Stubbornnesses

1. stubbornness [n] - See also: stubbornness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stubbornnesses

stubbing
stubble
stubble rash
stubbled
stubbleless
stubbles
stubblier
stubbliest
stubbly
stubborn
stubborn as a mule
stubborner
stubbornest
stubbornly
stubbornness
stubbornnesses (current term)
stubborns
stubby
stubless
stublike
stubs
stubtail
stucco
stuccoed
stuccoer
stuccoers
stuccoes
stuccoing
stuccolike
stuccos

Literary usage of Stubbornnesses

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1. A Modern Book of Criticism by Ludwig Lewisohn (1919)
"... since he has no such quality, in the extreme contraction of his manias and stubbornnesses as an artist; but I find him there with all his qualities more ..."

2. National Ideals and Problems: Essays for College English by Maurice Garland Fulton (1918)
"... and Negroes, the American was essentially an Englishman once removed, an Englishman stuffed with English traditions, prejudices, and stubbornnesses, ..."

3. The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life by John Donne (1839)
"Forgive them their negligences, and us our stubbornnesses. And give us the grace that we may ever sincerely say, both this prayer of example and counsel, ..."

4. Tired Radicals, and Other Papers by Walter Edward Weyl (1921)
"... an Englishman stuffed with English traditions, prejudices ,and stubbornnesses reading English books, speaking English dialects, practising English law ..."

5. Around an Old Homestead: A Book of Memories by Paul Griswold Huston (1906)
"... have his little stubbornnesses; but he really never meant harm to his fellow dogs (except for self-protection, when he showed the pluck of a bulldog) or ..."

6. The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1895)
"Others less fanatical will acknowledge that a subject, like the stubbornnesses of paint itself, is at worst an obstacle to be overcome, a difficulty the ..."

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