Synonyms & Antonyms : Recalcitrant
( Adjective )
The recalcitrant tendency of the workers resulted in loss of job for many workers.
The results were contrary to all expectation.
The child is a defiant. He does not obey his parents.
I was in my childhood very disobedient to my father.
The obstinate and stubborn old man refused to go to hospital.
The public are usually unwilling to accept change.
I find him very amenable to reason.
The government, compliant as ever, gave in to their demands.
The party is naturally obedient to the will of its leader.
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