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  • adv. In a hardheaded manner.

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Examples

  • In that sense, Wilson takes a more hardheadedly political approach to the topic than Ellison: where Wilson makes Catholicism's spiritual failings part and parcel of the openly political challenge it poses to the nation, Ellison emphasizes the really-existing unity between Catholicism and the CofE, and focuses on Protestantism's negative moral effects.

    Academic

  • When we hardheadedly choose to hold on to strife, we are choosing to step out of God’s protection.

    Become a Better You

  • Unlike many of those who came after him, he was hardheadedly political and saw statesmen’s deeds as central to the life of a people.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

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