How do you put obstinate in a sentence?
Obstinate, as in stubborn:
She was obstinate about her political position, and would not change her opinion very easily.
Obstinate means firmly sticking to a purpose or opinion; refusing to be swayed by any argument. An example of the word 'obstinate' in a sentence: 'The young child was refusing to get out of bed and get prepared for school despite her mother's repeated urges, displaying very obstinate and naughty behaviour.' People who are obstinate are STUBBORN.