Meaning of intractably in English:

intractably

Pronunciation /?n?trakt?bli/

adverb

See intractable

‘In the West, the writers and artists and many of the clergy and public intellectuals are intractably anti-war.’
  • ‘This stands in stark contrast to those who complain about the fragmented nature of American society, or the seemingly intractably opposed interests of some of its citizens.’
  • ‘However, typically, the number of non-dominated solutions increases with the number of criteria and the non-dominated set is often intractably large.’
  • ‘What is it with folks from the ‘mainstream’ that they so intractably and consistently exclude demographic reality from their radar screens?’
  • ‘America appears mired, intractably, in the issues of race.’