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intransigent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintransigentin‧tran‧si‧gent /ɪnˈtrænsədʒənt/ adjective formal  CHANGE YOUR MINDunwilling to change your ideas or behaviour, in a way that seems unreasonable syn stubborn an intransigent attitudeintransigence noun [uncountable] He accused the government of intransigence.
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intransigentFor many years the South African government remained intransigent, despite mounting world opposition to apartheid.The Church has been criticized for being intransigent on the issues of abortion and birth control.Conservatives have maintained an intransigent position on the war.
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