A Word A Day : Obdurate
( Adjective )
Word of 8th June 2007: A Word A Day-Obdurate
nature resulted in loss of his job.Synonyms:
She was quite adamant
that she would not come.
I don’t want to be unkind, he said in a firm
He had the fixed
idea that a woman’s place was in the home.
Lock your bike to something immovable
like a railing or a lamppost.
She is obstinate
in her attitude.Antonyms:
I find him very amenable
She is a placid
The government, complaint
or ever, gave in to their demand.
You need to be more flexible
and imaginative in your approach.
The young are mere malleable
than the old.
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