White oral lesions are relatively found frequently, the most common pathology found is oral leukoplakia. Oral leukoplakia is one of the Potential form of malignant oral disorder. The gold standard treatment procedure is surgical removal but despite of the surgical removal reoccurrence rate is found to be high. One of its variant is verrucous form which have high reoccurrence rate along with exophytic and proliferative features. Poor prognosis is there of this seemingly harmless white lesion .This report describes about one of the stubborn case of oral leukoplakia demonstrating typical behavioral pattern in long standing as well as persistent lesions with discussion of relatively rare entity.