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pigheaded

mod. stupidly stubborn. (From the notion that pigs are immovable and seemingly stubborn.) You are unbelievably pigheaded!
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The Pigheaded Soul: Essays and Reviews on Poetry and Culture offers thoughtful and critical analyses of some of North America's most esteemed poets and their works.
You start with an overbearing cook and a pigheaded chicken but by the end they're spanking and tying each other up like soul mates.
Dinesh Trivedi should've known better than to correct Didi's pigheaded stance against a fare- hike, or her stern opposition to publicprivate partnership in railways.
It is sad to think that a whole generation might never realise their full potential because of a pigheaded load of whiz kids with no experience of running anything let alone a country.
The SFA may be pigheaded, but they're not suicidal.
Bryn had come to see, too late, how pigheaded he'd been in trying to impose his ban, and how courageous the boy had been in standing up to him.
Darren Ferguson, lest we forget, is also the reason why the pigheaded Sir Alex has not spoken to the BBC since 2003.
The race for mounting monuments of the ancient conqueror--whose Alexander is greater and whose monument will be faster mounted, in which political circles of Macedonia and Greece entered, is so absurd that it looks like a children's pigheaded game.
Somehow, I guess that if Ryanair ever started running buses, even they wouldn't stoop so low as to use Pool Meadow, yet pigheaded attitudes from politicians and bus company bosses who are far too stuck in their ways means that there is no real inertia to create the common sense scheme which any right minded Coventry citizen or visitor must feel is sensible and prudent.
This seemed an easy decision at the time but he was too pigheaded to keep him.