Origin of pigheaded
Related formspig·head·ed·ly, adverbpig·head·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for pigheaded
Yes, sir: she's pigheaded and obstinate: there's no doubt about it.O'Flaherty V. C.|George Bernard Shaw
Many a time he had berated his friend for what he termed his pigheaded obstinacy.Bought and Paid For|Arthur Hornblow
She had thought him to be a pigheaded Clavering, like the rest of them.
A more obstinate, pigheaded boy than my son George never lived.Women of the Teutonic Nations|Hermann Schoenfeld
Thus he consoled himself when his pigheaded brother expressed his disbelief in the Russian spy.