He predicted the embattled and obstinate leader will fall in a matter of days.
The vengeance-seeking, obstinate businessman and peace preacher are soon forced into a farcical confrontation.
The more the Republicans lose, the more stubborn and obstinate they become.
obstinate Pierre refuses to care about anything, even when a passing lion threatens to eat him.
The president also learned that the Palestinians and the Arab states were every bit as obstinate as Netanyahu.
"She's as obstinate as dad's old mu-el," grunted the disgusted boy.
The struggle in Congress over the Lecompton bill was obstinate.
And the long upper lip came down over the lower, giving an expression of obstinate resolve to the hard, tanned face.
Hence frequent collisions, obstinate, envenomed, and bloody contests.
There is none but a blind man, and even an obstinate blind man, who can deny the existence of all these different species.
obstinate ob·sti·nate (ŏb'stə-nĭt)
Stubbornly adhering to an attitude, an opinion, or a course of action.
Difficult to alleviate or cure.