- pig + headed. (Wiktionary)
“Many a time he had berated his friend for what he termed his pigheaded obstinacy.”
“Whether he made that decision because Mayor Koch had previously called him "pigheaded" on another issue, or whether he was channeling the Executive Chamber, has never been determined.”
“Its primary requirement is a kind of pigheaded refusal to go give up.”
“I don't particularly agree with much of what the reader argued, but I didn't find him "pigheaded" either.”
“This nicely tuned road trip novel from 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award-winner King begins in Ohio, where April Shea is a "pigheaded" 14-year-old girl who experiments with pot and constantly squabbles with her single mother, Marcy.”
“Earlier this week former Wallabies coach Bob Dwyer called Deans "pigheaded" after that recent defeat and ex-Test hooker Jeremy Paul, during The Rugby Club on Fox Sports, went so far as to call for Deans to be sacked if the team lose this weekend.”
“Look up the word "pigheaded," and you might just find its definition illustrated with Mike Bloomberg's picture.”
“That is using pigheaded futile tactics or well thought out strategies.”
“Belinda could be pigheaded when she let her pride and her arrogance become her lead horses.”
“Her pigheaded alert sounded a klaxon inside her head.”
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Adjectives derived from animal names but used to describe people
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