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Yang also ran up the score in conservative Jewish precincts of Brooklyn, after an assiduous effort to win Orthodox votes.

Any life, despite the most assiduous biographer’s investigations, remains somewhat of a mystery.

There has been assiduous woo-ing of the political establishment too.

Webb was never wild about some of the nitty-gritty aspects of elected office and was not a very assiduous fundraiser.

As an intern at The Nation in 1989, he was an amiable and assiduous fact-checker of my copy.

But despite her allure, her assiduous assault on New York produced no results.

His assiduous reporting and his smart, passionate commentary have impressed colleagues and readers alike.

She soon gave birth to a daughter, her only child, whom she nurtured with the most assiduous care.

He was not seen again, at least in the flesh, but he became one of the most assiduous frequenters of De Quincey's visions.

Nobody is a greater slave than an assiduous courtier, unless it be a courtier who is more assiduous.

Only by an assiduous devotion to the contents of the daily newspapers in their reports of the doings of the socially elect.

She had been an assiduous student of the eighteenth century philosophers, and on the whole was a lady of considerable culture.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to assiduous, such as: diligent, exacting, indefatigable, laborious, scrupulous, and zealous.

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