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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of obstinately

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of obstinately:
/ɑbstənətli/
Adverb
1
in a stubborn unregenerate manner
Synonymscussedly, mulishly, obdurately, pig-headedly, stubbornly,
See alsoobstinate,

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  1. in the petals and how many lines on them. He felt his arms and legs as lifeless as though they had been cut off. He did not attempt to move, but stared obstinately at the flower.
  2. of flour than elegant and lively men of society. Again all was silent; Raskolnikov was obstinately mute, Avdotya Romanovna was unwilling to open the conversation too soon. Razumihin had nothing to say, so Pulcheria Alexandrovna was anxious again.
  3. He stayed obstinately at that thought. He liked that explanation indeed better than any other. He began looking more intently at her.
  4. Sonia looked obstinately at the ground and would not answer. She was standing sideways to the table.
  5. However, Alexander was obstinately requesting troop reinforcements, which made the defenses
  6. in the petals and how many lines on them. He felt his arms and legs as lifeless as though they had been cut off. He did not attempt to move, but stared obstinately at the flower.
  7. of flour than elegant and lively men of society. Again all was silent; Raskolnikov was obstinately mute, Avdotya Romanovna was unwilling to open the conversation too soon. Razumihin had nothing to say, so Pulcheria Alexandrovna was anxious again.
  8. He stayed obstinately at that thought. He liked that explanation indeed better than any other. He began looking more intently at her.
  9. Sonia looked obstinately at the ground and would not answer. She was standing sideways to the table.
  10. in the petals and how many lines on them. He felt his arms and legs as lifeless as though they had been cut off. He did not attempt to move, but stared obstinately at the flower.
  11. of flour than elegant and lively men of society. Again all was silent; Raskolnikov was obstinately mute, Avdotya Romanovna was unwilling to open the conversation too soon. Razumihin had nothing to say, so Pulcheria Alexandrovna was anxious again.
  12. He stayed obstinately at that thought. He liked that explanation indeed better than any other. He began looking more intently at her.
  13. Sonia looked obstinately at the ground and would not answer. She was standing sideways to the table.
  14. in the petals and how many lines on them. He felt his arms and legs as lifeless as though they had been cut off. He did not attempt to move, but stared obstinately at the flower.
  15. of flour than elegant and lively men of society. Again all was silent; Raskolnikov was obstinately mute, Avdotya Romanovna was unwilling to open the conversation too soon. Razumihin had nothing to say, so Pulcheria Alexandrovna was anxious again.
  16. He stayed obstinately at that thought. He liked that explanation indeed better than any other. He began looking more intently at her.
  17. Sonia looked obstinately at the ground and would not answer. She was standing sideways to the table.
  18. in the petals and how many lines on them. He felt his arms and legs as lifeless as though they had been cut off. He did not attempt to move, but stared obstinately at the flower.
  19. of flour than elegant and lively men of society. Again all was silent; Raskolnikov was obstinately mute, Avdotya Romanovna was unwilling to open the conversation too soon. Razumihin had nothing to say, so Pulcheria Alexandrovna was anxious again.
  20. He stayed obstinately at that thought. He liked that explanation indeed better than any other. He began looking more intently at her.