mulishly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a stubborn unregenerate manner
- This talkathon is earnest and worthy but also mulishly static, more suitable for classroom edification than for home entertainment.
- Perot may be mulishly stubborn when he thinks he is right, but then so were Reagan and Harry Truman.
- It is a stubbornly antiheroic play with a mulishly magnificent heroine.