1 It was Gerald's headstrong and impetuous nature in her that gave them concern, and they sometimes feared they would not be able to conceal her damaging qualities until she had made a good match.
2 But Atlanta was of her own generation, crude with the crudities of youth and as headstrong and impetuous as herself.
3 Scarlett was the most charming and exciting of women and he thought her perfect in all things--except that she was so headstrong.
4 You know how headstrong she is.
5 As Bonnie grew older Scarlett tried to discipline her, tried to keep her from becoming too headstrong and spoiled, but with little success.
6 He had been used to regarding his comrade as a blatant child with an audacity grown from his inexperience, thoughtless, headstrong, jealous, and filled with a tinsel courage.
7 I was a boy then, headstrong and violent, and it took a hard lesson to show me my mistake.
8 Lizzy is only headstrong in such matters as these.
9 Though I cannot say I made a gentle nurse, and Joseph and the master were no better, and though our patient was as wearisome and headstrong as a patient could be, she weathered it through.
10 "I will go into the carriage," said the little robber maiden; and she would have her will, for she was very spoiled and very headstrong.
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11 Listen to me," said the countess, "and do not be so very headstrong.
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12 Little Lucy Ferrier was borne along pleasantly enough in Elder Stangerson's waggon, a retreat which she shared with the Mormon's three wives and with his son, a headstrong forward boy of twelve.
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13 He was brilliant, he was headstrong.
14 There was in him a headstrong little man who hated Napoleon.
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15 But the stranger knew not the headstrong personage he had to do with; d'Artagnan was not the man ever to cry for quarter.
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