intransigent
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ɪnˈtɹæn.sə.d͡ʒənt/, /ɪnˈtɹæn.zə.d͡ʒənt/
Adjective

intransigent

  1. Unwilling to compromise or moderate a position; unreasonable
    Don't waste your time trying to change his mind: he's completely intransigent.
    • 1966, H. Feigl, "Is Science Relevant to Theology?", in Inquiries and Provocations: Selected Writings (2012 ISBN 9027711011)
      Since I have been asked to do this in very brief compass, the harsh tone and terse style of my presentation will make my contentions appear more dogmatic and intransigent than I should wish them to be.
Synonyms Related terms Translations Noun

intransigent (plural intransigents)

  1. A person who is intransigent.
Translations
  • Spanish: intransigente



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