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Viola is so pigheaded, if once she says a thing, she'll stick to it.
The captain is a canny, suspicious, pigheaded old Scottish-man!
BLUEBELLMRS. GEORGE CROFT HUDDLESTON
She was quite sure that Tappitt was wrong, and thought of him at once as an obstinate, foolish, pigheaded old man.
RACHEL RAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
All Jim Manning really cares about is his own pigheaded sense of race and nationality.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
Oh, pigheaded is a better word, at times, if you insist on the truth!
Nothing will ever persuade me that you are as pigheaded as that.
Yes, sir: she's pigheaded and obstinate: there's no doubt about it.
O'FLAHERTY V. C.GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
But I was pigheaded and determined "to have one more flip in the old 'bus."
CAUGHT BY THE TURKSFRANCIS YEATS-BROWN
To which Mr. Ricochet laughingly replied, that he believed the plaintiff was a very pigheaded man.
Men and nations are wasteful, cruel, pigheaded fools to indulge in it.

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