recusant (REK-yu-zant, ri-KYOO-) adjective
Refusing to submit to authority; dissenting.
1. One who refuses to obey authority.
2. One of the Roman Catholics during 16th and 18th century who refused
to attend services of the Church of England and were punished for it.
[From Latin recusant-, stem of recusans, present participle of recusare
(to recuse or object).]
Today's word in Visual Thesaurus:
"The 'recusant Republican senators' who defied their party and 'tipped
the balance in favor of Johnson' won praise from Rehnquist for putting
principle above politics."
Gaylord Shaw; Portrait of a Trial, Newsday (New York); Jan 5, 1999.
jerry-rig v :
creation of a slapdash construction (as opposed to a temporary construction as in jury-rig), although they’re probably used synonymously without awareness of the nuance.