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pig-headed (comparative more pig-headed, superlative most pig-headed)

  1. Alternative form of pigheaded
    • 1941 May, “Notes and News: William Stroudley”, in Railway Magazine, page 234:
      That he was a great locomotive engineer, it would be foolish to deny or even to qualify; that he was also extremely pig-headed is fairly evidenced by David Joy, who in his 'Diaries' said that Stroudley always wanted his way 'to the last nut and bolt.'