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Definition of "intractability" [in•tract•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The state of being intractable; intractableness. (noun)

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Use "intractability" in a sentence
  • "Leon Panetta was right on the money by naming the intractability of the Clintonistas as a “sense of entitlement”."
  • "So he put out a press release blaming the grocer for its "intractability" on the issue and "apologiz ing to the Ward 8 community for Giant's failure to provide timely support to the Community.""
  • "However, given that the broad parameters of a permanent two-state settlement are clear, for the most part, it seems that something more basic is contributing to the continued intractability of the conflict."