Froward: Word of the Day

Froward, adj.

Willfully contrary; not easily managed: to be worried about one’s froward, intractable child.

The toddler who lived in the house across the fence from us screamed day and night.  Its cries never sounded like pain or fear, but rather a froward act of defiance.

How will you use froward in a sentence today?

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