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synonyms for bullheaded

  • headstrong
  • obstinate
  • pigheaded
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antonyms for bullheaded

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  • easy-going
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How to use bullheaded in a sentence

Heather O’Hara’s coyotes sit at a typewriter or carry a balloon, wearing everyday human clothing, while Brent Bonds’s bullheaded “Minitaurs” sport only men’s briefs.
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If a telepath were so bullheaded as to get in our way, we'd dispose of him.
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I'm trying to pound that into these bullheaded ranchers round here.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
It was therefore but tit-for-tat when Minos sent Athenian tributary boys and girls to fight his bull, the bullheaded Minotaur.
THE WORLD OF HOMERANDREW LANG
And it's the same bullheaded stubbornness that'll keep you from finishing that recorder.
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WORDS RELATED TO BULLHEADED

  • bullheaded
  • headstrong
  • indifferent
  • intractable
  • mulish
  • oblivious
  • obstinate
  • pertinacious
  • perverse
  • pigheaded
  • self-willed
  • strong-willed
  • stubborn
  • to listen blind
  • unaware
  • unconcerned
  • unhearing
  • unmoved
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