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synonyms for intransigence

  • inflexibility
  • obstinacy
  • bullheadedness
  • contumacy
  • doggedness
  • grimness
  • indomitability
  • inexorability
  • inexorableness
  • inflexibleness
  • intransigency
  • mulishness
  • obduracy
  • perseverance
  • pertinacity
  • pigheadedness
  • relentlessness
  • rigidity
  • rigidness
  • adamancy
  • die-hardism
  • implacability
  • implacableness
  • incompliance
  • incompliancy
  • obdurateness
  • remorselessness
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How to use intransigence in a sentence

Afghan and Taliban negotiators in Doha were still in communication on Friday, but there were no formal meetings planned, and each side says the other’s intransigence and unwillingness to compromise has frozen the talks.
AMERICANS AND AFGHANS BRACE FOR THE SIEGE OF KABULW.J. HENNIGANAUGUST 13, 2021TIME
Despite the department’s assertion that there have been egregious violations of constitutional rights at Lowell, policymakers and state officials have embraced the twin strategies of intransigence and repression modeled by their historical forebears.
INHUMANE SYSTEM OF INCARCERATION IN U.S. POSES SPECIAL DANGER TO WOMENJESSICA ADLERJUNE 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In the meantime, get vaccinated, stay safe, and call Joe Manchin’s office once a day to protest his reckless intransigence.
OPINION | QUIETER PRIDE SEASON OFFERS CHANCE TO REASSESS PRIORITIESKEVIN NAFFJUNE 9, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Toomey and Portman each cited frustration with the intransigence of Washington as a reason for his departure.
REPUBLICAN SEN. RICHARD C. SHELBY ANNOUNCES HE WILL RETIRE IN 2022COLBY ITKOWITZ, ERICA WERNERFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Use that, and your five-year lead time, to be thoughtful and proactive about what your husband’s intransigence means — and doesn’t mean — for you.
CAROLYN HAX: HER HUSBAND FIRMLY PLANTS HIS FLAG. DOES IT LOOK LIKE A RED ONE TO HER?CAROLYN HAXJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is Soviet intransigence that has kept those efforts from bearing fruit.
COMPLETE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES FROM 1790 TO 2006VARIOUS
There was a growing resentment in Britain against the colonials' intransigence.
THE ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE: VIRGINIA 1763-1783VIRGINIA STATE DEPT. OF EDUCATION
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WORDS RELATED TO INTRANSIGENCE

  • adamancy
  • bullheadedness
  • contumacy
  • die-hardism
  • doggedness
  • implacability
  • implacableness
  • incompliance
  • incompliancy
  • indomitability
  • inexorability
  • inexorableness
  • inflexibility
  • inflexibleness
  • intransigence
  • intransigency
  • mulishness
  • obdu
  • obduracy
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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