intransigence

[ in-tran-si-juh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF intransigence
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It is Soviet intransigence that has kept those efforts from bearing fruit.

There was a growing resentment in Britain against the colonials' intransigence.

WORD ORIGIN

1882, from French intransigeant, from intransigeant (see intransigent). Related: Intransigency.

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