Antonyms for head-strong

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She was a passionate, head-strong, naughty girl; but she could not give that up.

You may have heard it said that he was conceited, arrogant, head-strong.

Again, in an unconscious and blindly instinctive way, she was a student of human nature, and rather a head-strong one.

Let it teach you that head-strong ways are always sure to end in a pitfall.

I meant no threat; I only sought to show you how much we were at the mercy of a single word from a wanton and head-strong youth.

I felt myself blush for my own head-strong resistance to him as I took my leave and turned away into the street.

Though the two parties were made up of daring and head-strong men, yet adversity is a hard but effective teacher.

Daring, head-strong, evildoer who recked not of his sin in shooting the gods that dwell in Olympus.

The wild life was congenial to him, and he grew up rough and head-strong and healthy.

Zeale is a good servant, but an ill master: mettle is dangerous in a head-strong horse.