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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmulishmul‧ish /ˈmjuːlɪʃ/ adjective written  STUBBORNrefusing to do something or agree to something, in an unreasonable way syn stubborn a mulish look
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mulishGeorge could sometimes be almost mulish!When he got that mulish look there was no talking to him.mulish obstinacyImplacable, with arms folded, and a mulish pout.Between the listing buoys and sandbanks two mulish tugs were pulling a tanker loaded with glass from Pilkington's.
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