Stubbon vs Obstinate - What's the difference?

stubbon | obstinate |


As an adjective obstinate is

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

stubbon

Not English

Stubbon has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

English words similar to 'stubbon':

stiffen, steven, steepen, stewpan, steaven, stiboan, stibian, stevvon, staffman, staffmen, skidpan, stevven

obstinate

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness; persistent.
  • * 1686 , , "That men are justly punished for being obstinate in the defence of a fort that is not in reason to be defended",
  • From this consideration it is that we have derived the custom, in times of war, to punish
  • Said of inanimate things not easily subdued or removed.
  • * 1927 , ,
  • Now it happened that Kasturbai had again begun getting haemorrhage, and the malady seemed to be obstinate .

    Synonyms

    * bloody-minded, persistent, stubborn, pertinacious * (not easily subdued) persistent, unrelenting, inexorable * See also

    Derived terms

    * obstinately * obstinateness