obstinate

Obstinate vs Unwavering - What's the difference?

obstinate | unwavering |


As adjectives the difference between obstinate and unwavering

is that obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent while unwavering is never doubted; always steady and on course.

Severe vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

severe | obstinate | Related terms |

Severe is a related term of obstinate.


As adjectives the difference between severe and obstinate

is that severe is severe, harsh while obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

Awkward vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

awkward | obstinate |


As adjectives the difference between awkward and obstinate

is that awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments while obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Candid vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

candid | obstinate |


As adjectives the difference between candid and obstinate

is that candid is impartial and free from prejudice while obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

As a noun candid

is a spontaneous or unposed photograph.

Obstinate vs Number - What's the difference?

obstinate | number |


As adjectives the difference between obstinate and number

is that obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent while number is (numb).

As a noun number is

(countable) an abstract entity used to describe quantity.

As a verb number is

to label (items) with numbers; to assign numbers to (items).

Obstinate vs Defy - What's the difference?

obstinate | defy |


As an adjective obstinate

is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

As a noun defy is

(obsolete) a challenge.

As a verb defy is

to renounce or dissolve all bonds of affiance, faith, or obligation with; to reject, refuse, or renounce.

Obstinate vs Hardy - What's the difference?

obstinate | hardy | Related terms |

Obstinate is a related term of hardy.


As an adjective obstinate

is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

As a proper noun hardy is

, originally a nickname for a hardy person.

Violent vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

violent | obstinate | Related terms |

Violent is a related term of obstinate.


As adjectives the difference between violent and obstinate

is that violent is involving extreme force or motion while obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

As a verb violent

is (archaic) to urge with violence.

As a noun violent

is (obsolete) an assailant.

Indomitable vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

indomitable | obstinate |


As adjectives the difference between indomitable and obstinate

is that indomitable is incapable of being subdued, overcome, or vanquished while obstinate is stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

Bad vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

bad | obstinate | Related terms |

Bad is a related term of obstinate.


As a verb bad

is to simulate.

As an adjective obstinate is

stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.

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