hardheaded


hard·head·ed

adjective \-ˈhe-dəd\

: not willing to change ideas or opinions : very stubborn

: having or involving careful and practical thoughts and ideas that are not influenced by emotions : practical and realistic

Full Definition of HARDHEADED

2
:  concerned with or involving practical considerations :  sober, realistic <some hardheaded advice> <a hardheaded observer of winds and tides>
hard·head·ed·ly adverb
hard·head·ed·ness noun

Examples of HARDHEADED

  1. He was always hardheaded about getting his way.
  2. We need to take a more hardheaded approach to these problems.
  3. She gave him some hardheaded advice.

First Known Use of HARDHEADED

1583

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