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intransigeance

noun in·tran·si·geance \in-ˈtran(t)-sə-jən(t)s, -ˈtran-zə-\

Definition of INTRANSIGEANCE

in·tran·si·geant \-jənt\ adjective or noun
in·tran·si·geant·ly adverb

Origin of INTRANSIGEANCE

French
First Known Use: 1899

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