Definition of obdurateness in English:



See obdurate

‘Consumer spending remains depressed, he added, thanks to Bundesbank obdurateness about interest rates.’
  • ‘These physical deviations were connected to the spiritual defects of blind literalism and obdurateness.’
  • ‘His arrogance, obdurateness and self-righteousness throughout his career isolated him to such a degree that, when the accusations began to fly, nobody jumped up to run to his aid.’