He is stiffnecked, but hath no evil in his will, except that he resists me.
So stiffnecked a man, so obstinate, so unclerical,—so determined to make much of little!
This was what the stiffnecked Condottiere was now doing as fast as his best enemies could have wished.
I hope you will not accuse me of being too stiffnecked; in other respects I am certainly docile.
You are a stiffnecked daughter, but my whip is pliant and will make you pliant too.
His glance traveled back to the master, and now he noticed that his stiffnecked silence had pulled him up short.
The Kaiser is stiffnecked because he does not believe you are going to fight this time.
The Colonel drove his huge fist at the provision-bag, as though to beat the stiffnecked beans into a feathery yielding.
For I will not go up with thee, because thou art a stiffnecked people; lest I destroy thee in the way.
Oh, this unbelieving and stiffnecked generation, mine anger is kindled against them!