Contumacious and Perverse

Contumacious

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Contumacious adjective – Given to resisting authority or another's control.
Usage example: the judge threatened to charge the contumacious witness with contempt of court

Perverse is a synonym for contumacious in obstinate topic. In some cases you can use "Perverse" instead an adjective "Contumacious", when it comes to topics like unyielding, contrary, disobedient, headstrong.
Nearby Word: contumacy
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Perverse

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Perverse adjective – Sticking to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion.
Usage example: a fact so self-evident that not even the most perverse of opponents could deny it

Contumacious is a synonym for perverse in mean topic. You can use "Contumacious" instead an adjective "Perverse", if it concerns topics such as stubborn, unyielding, contrary, disobedient. archaic substitute
Nearby Words: pervert, perverted, perversion, perversity, perversive
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