stubborn

Stubborn vs Assertive - What's the difference?

stubborn | assertive |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and assertive

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while assertive is boldly self-assured; confident without being aggressive.

Stubborn vs Rugged - What's the difference?

stubborn | rugged | Synonyms |

Stubborn is a synonym of rugged.


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and rugged

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while rugged is broken into sharp or irregular points; uneven; not smooth; rough or rugged can be having a rug or rugs.

As a verb rugged is

(rug).

Stubborn vs Insensible - What's the difference?

stubborn | insensible | Related terms |

Stubborn is a related term of insensible.


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and insensible

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while insensible is unable to be perceived by the senses.

Stubborn vs Paranoid - What's the difference?

stubborn | paranoid |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and paranoid

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while paranoid is of, related to, or suffering from paranoia.

As a noun paranoid is

someone suffering from paranoia.

Insist vs Stubborn - What's the difference?

insist | stubborn |


As a verb insist

is to hold up a claim emphatically.

As an adjective stubborn is

refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting.

Stubborn vs Obstacle - What's the difference?

stubborn | obstacle |


As an adjective stubborn

is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting.

As a noun obstacle is

something that impedes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress.

Stubborn vs Thwart - What's the difference?

stubborn | thwart |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and thwart

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while thwart is situated or placed across something else; transverse; oblique.

As a verb thwart is

to prevent; to halt; to cause to fail; to foil; to frustrate.

As a noun thwart is

(nautical) a brace, perpendicular to the keel, that helps maintain the beam (breadth) of a marine vessel against external water pressure and that may serve to support the rail.

As an adverb thwart is

obliquely; transversely; athwart.

Stubborn vs Courage - What's the difference?

stubborn | courage |


As an adjective stubborn

is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting.

As a noun courage is

courage.

Stubborn vs Impenitent - What's the difference?

stubborn | impenitent | Related terms |

Stubborn is a related term of impenitent.


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and impenitent

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while impenitent is impenitent, unrepentant.

Stubborn vs Obedient - What's the difference?

stubborn | obedient |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and obedient

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while obedient is willing]] to [[comply#verb|comply with the (l), orders, or (l) of those in authority.

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