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recalcitrance

noun re·cal·ci·trance \ri-ˈkal-sə-trən(t)s\

Definition of RECALCITRANCE

:  the state of being recalcitrant

Examples of RECALCITRANCE

  1. <punished her recalcitrance by taking away her driving privileges>

First Known Use of RECALCITRANCE

1856

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