Intractable and Willful

Intractable

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Intractable adjective – Given to resisting authority or another's control.
Usage example: an intractable child who deliberately does the opposite of whatever he is told

Willful is a synonym for intractable in difficult topic. In some cases you can use "Willful" instead an adjective "Intractable".
Nearby Words: intractability, intractably
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Willful

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Willful adjective – Given to resisting authority or another's control.
Usage example: a particularly willful horse that took weeks to break to saddle

Intractable is a synonym for willful in stubborn topic. You can use "Intractable" instead an adjective "Willful", if it concerns topics such as obstinate.
Nearby Words: willed, willfulness, willfully
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