pig-headedly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a stubborn unregenerate manner
- Walker still pig-headedly refused to talk business, thereby cutting off his one important source of outside help.
- David Cameron in guardian.co.uk
I think the whole country can agree that the most important priority for Heathrow is making it better, not bigger,Cameron told environmental group leaders. "And yet Gordon Brown is pig-headedly pursuing a third runway just to try and prove...
- Christine Milne in The Age
Greens senator Christine Milne said: "They have now pig-headedly locked into a target that the whole scientific community realises was set in 2000 and is completely outdated."