And yet Pierre struggled, stubbornly clutching at his dream once more.
Their whole beings tended to this, stubbornly, without a pause.
Captain Dan, to whom these statements were made, was stubbornly indignant.
"Nevertheless, I think I shall keep on with the experiment," Thayer said stubbornly.
She perceived at length that he was stubbornly bent on this outrageous thing.
The enemy was forced back, stubbornly contesting every inch of ground.
"Give me my things—from my room," I said stubbornly; and I tried to enter.
Miller faced them all stubbornly: "And yet even Richet may have been deceived."
Stubbornly, then, Venor would say no more about the philosophy of the Idealists.
"I think we should wait until they can join with us," said Paulus stubbornly.