Come tell me, little obstinate, otherwise I will break your little finger.
"Uncle Silas" by J. S. LeFanu
Constipation is usually obstinate, while diarrhoea may cause great weakness.
"Epilepsy, Hysteria, and Neurasthenia" by Isaac G. Briggs
The duke was furious at his disappointment, but was only the more obstinately bent on carrying out his plans.
"History of Holland" by George Edmundson
He was called proud and obstinate, and he was both.
"Gladys, the Reaper" by Anne Beale
Odd, how obstinately she set her face against witchcraft.
"The Lancashire Witches" by William Harrison Ainsworth
A short man with a red face, somewhat obstinate-looking.
"Verner's Pride" by Mrs. Henry Wood
Hugo rang again, wrathfully, but the door remained obstinate.
"Hugo" by Arnold Bennett
Even eternal death is not a judicial assignment for our obstinate sinfulness.
"Edward Caldwell Moore" by Edward Moore
She could be as obstinate as a mule.
"The Rebel of the School" by Mrs. L. T. Meade
The latter had not opened his lips since he had so obstinately resumed his work.
"His Masterpiece" by Emile Zola
But there's an hour of brighter joy,
When he his angels sends
Obstinate rebels to destroy,
And gather in his friends.
"Hymn 113" by Isaac Watts
Why do you front the sun so obstinately,
As if you owed him an old old grudge, great sun: or an old,
"Eagle In New Mexico" by D H Lawrence
Weeds are of such obstinate growth,
They elude the most diligent hand;
And, if they were not to be check'd,
Would quickly run over the land.
"To A Young Gentleman" by Matilda Betham
O you, my nights, O long-awaited black-
ness, O proud country, O obstinate sec-
rets, O long looks, O thundering clouds
O flight beyond skies which are closed
"Nyx (English translation)" by Catherine Pozzi
Well, well, I can hear you, don't have any fears,
I can hear what is constantly dinned in my ears.
The obstinate bird, with his wonderful trill,
Still made but one answer, and that, "Whip-poor-Will."
"The Whippoorwill And I" by Horatio Alger Jr
But, children, there's a chance you may
With Obstinate Persistence
Incline to Fawn, or Cream or Grey,
Then you can't Make the Distance.
You'll keep your Soul; but I'm afraid
You'll have to learn some Nicer Trade.
"Politics for Tots: Lesson 2~ “The Party”" by C J Dennis
Stop us if you've heard this one: An unpopular Democratic president facing tough economic times overcomes those difficulties to win reelection by pinning the nation's problems on an obstinate Republican-led Congress.
The pumps wouldn't throw out the obstinate wipes because the clogs obviously were getting worse and worse, binding inside the pump.
Obstinate Outliers, GPS Trackers and Insufficient Audits.
"They become obstinate and they keep pushing for what they want and offer no concessions until they start losing on the ground.".
Call it tradition, obstinance or even a lack of resources, but the plan of action for many in the old guard of upscale dining has been to resist action, to hold tightly to the past.
Hank Williams Jr prides himself on being obstinate, opinionated and politically incorrect.
The opulent and the obstinate stand side-by-side on Coast Boulevard, where these ramshackle residences are the region's oldest surviving examples of late-Victorian beach cottage architecture PAT SHERMAN PHOTOS.
Blindly, obstinately, each day, as though in the end It would relieve her to know the particulars.
Call him arrogant, obstinate and bald, but don't dare accuse Billy Corgan of lacking civic pride.
The path to success in the music business is covered in an array of obstinate obstacles and littered with the remains of those who tried and failed.
Thus, the obstinate reader could still check the computations below, up to and including Theorem 4.17, by hand.
Formulas for the arithmetic geometric mean of curves of genus 3