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Froward

Fro´ward
a.1.Not willing to yield or compIy with what is required or is reasonable; perverse; disobedient; peevish; as, a froward child.
A froward man soweth strife.
- Prov. xvi. 28.
A froward retention of custom is as turbulent a thing as innovation.
- Bacon.
Adj.1.froward - habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition
balky, cantankerous, contrary, cross-grained, difficult, disobedient, indisciplined, irascible, lawless, naughty, nonconforming, obstinate, ornery, perverse, recusant, restive, self-willed, stuffy, sulky, sullen, transgressive, uncomplying, undisciplined, unduteous, undutiful, violative, wayward, willful, wrongheaded
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Froth insect
Froth spit
Frothily
Frothiness
Frothing
Frothless
Frothy
frottage
frotteur
frotz
frotzed
Froufrou
Frounce
Frounceless
Frouzy
Frow
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Frower
Frowey
Frown
frown line
frown on
frown upon
frowney
frowning
Frowningly
Frowny
frowsty
frowsy
Frowy
frowzled
Frowzy
Froze
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