King James Dictionary
OB'STINATE, a. L. obstinatus.
1. Stubborn pertinaciously adhering to an opinion or purpose fixed firmly in resolution not yielding to reason, arguments or other means.
I have known great cures done by obstinate resolutions of drinking no wine.
No ass so meek, no ass os obstinate.
2. Not yielding or not easily subdued or removed as an obstinate fever obstinate obstructions an obstinate cough.
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