Mary's stubbornness is matched only by her sophistication, her boldness by her elegance.
This is the problem with such ideological “stubbornness”—it is now the status quo in our polarized politics.
The Fullers persevered out of stubbornness, but more important out of an abiding love for their adopted continent.
For Lucy Marcus, a transatlantic expert on boards and corporate governance, the stubbornness of News Corp. is not a strength.
But doubling down is just another form of stubbornness, so be sure to pick your spots carefully.
Her manner was so unusual and solemn, that it overcame all Will's pride and stubbornness.
John Ellis was at a white heat of rage and stubbornness now.
The unyielding pride or stubbornness which animated him at length appeared an almost hateful thing.
There was a decided tinge of stubbornness in her voice as she spoke.
Flora Macleod's lips closed tightly, indicating that out of stubbornness she would not speak the name.