undocile

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adjective un·doc·ile \ˌən-ˈdä-səl also -ˌsī(-ə)l, especially British -ˈdō-ˌsī(-ə)l\

Definition of undocile

  1. :  not obedient or submissive :  not docile Far from fomenting strikes and rebellions, unions and labor leaders have frequently tried to prevent or contain them, while the drive to extend these struggles has often come from a most undocile rank and file. — Jeremy Brecher

1632

First Known Use of undocile

1632


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