assiduous[ uh-sij-oo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF assiduous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSIDUOUS
Madame Raquin was singularly touched at the assiduous care they took of her.
I think Samoval is becoming too attentive and too assiduous.
She was as pleasant as her husband, and I paid her an assiduous court.
Bellon was an assiduous hackney writer and translator of the day.
William Pyncheon had also a slave who was "assiduous in hangeing."
Given these things, the rest is merely a question of long and assiduous practice.
Clinton, the dumb boy, attended him with the most assiduous care.
Here, as there, her life was spent in assiduous work from sunrise to sunset.
Here they made a great change for the better by their assiduous industry.
No man so zealous for, or assiduous in, a man's business as himself.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ASSIDUOUS
- counted on
- rock solid