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Origin of hardheaded
OTHER WORDS FROM hardheadedhard·head·ed·ly, adverbhard·head·ed·ness, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for hard-headed
In the context of 2004, that kind of talk passed for hard-headed thinking.
A look at the documentary and why we all need to stop being so hard-headed about head injuries.Steve James and Christopher Nowinski Talk the New Doc ‘Head Games’|Kevin Fallon|September 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
All of which, if true, suggests that she's not the most hard-headed commentator on Middle Eastern affairs.
Before Moore lost the plot and went into rehab, we thought of her as a hard-headed actress who had also evolved into a dealmaker.
When Republicans defend the war in Afghanistan, they generally do so in hard-headed security terms.
But what was the message which could reach a hard-headed young 'lawyer by nature' with a turn for Benthamism?The Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I.|Sir Leslie Stephen
I wish I were not one of the most hard-headed people in the world.The Ranch Girls and Their Heart's Desire|Margaret Vandercook
The shipper, only a hard-headed business man, takes the same view.Letters from an Old Railway Official|Charles DeLano Hine
Of hard-headed American determination to "get there" at any honourable cost, of jealously hidden romanticism.Mrs. Balfame|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
I contemplated him a bit ruefully, wondering if the hard-headed Knowlton had made a good bargain in saddling us with this.I Walked in Arden|Jack Crawford