[Answer] perverse

Answer: ADJ: Turned away from what is right; wicked. Stubbornly opposing what is
right or reasonable; obstinate.
perverse
adjective
Word Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘turned away from what is right or good’): from Old French pervers(e) from Latin perversus ‘turned about’ from the verb pervertere (see pervert).
Derivatives
Scrabble Points: 13
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Perverse definition is – turned away from what is right or good : corrupt. How to use perverse in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of perverse .
1. stubborn contrary unreasonable dogged contradictory troublesome rebellious wayward delinquent intractable wilful unyielding obstinate intransigent headstrong unmanageable cussed (informal) obdurate stiff-necked disobedient wrong-headed refractory pig-headed miscreant mulish cross-grained contumacious You’re just being perverse.
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willfully determined or disposed to go counter to what is expected or desired; contrary. characterized by or proceeding from such a determination or disposition: a perverse mood.
Synonyms & Antonyms of perverse 1 easily irritated or annoyed how can you be so cheerful one day and so perverse the next?…

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