Thesaurus / dogged

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A dogged but difficult reporter, he pushed deadlines, endlessly reworked his stories and wrote opinion pieces that, some of his bosses said, sullied the newspaper’s reputation for dispassionate journalism.
But in spite of his dogged, yearning effort, he could not get beyond the rudiments of anything, save of drawing.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
One of the world's great bards has written: "The secret of genius is dogged persistence."
"I found your horse rolling," he explained, and his gravity was dogged in the face of her brightness.
The dogged earnestness about his mouth and eyes deepened; he kept his gaze steadily and attentively fixed upon Levice.
By dogged, hard work, the material loss had been overtaken, and the affair forgotten.
But the cajolery of pipe or string was just as powerless to enfeeble that dogged warrior.
THE DANISH HISTORY, BOOKS I-IXSAXO GRAMMATICUS ("SAXO THE LEARNED")
Instead of replying to the questions put to him, he maintained a surly, dogged silence.
And then, in a mood of dogged hopelessness, he let himself into the little gate that led to the tennis-ground and the Porch House.
MOLLIE'S PRINCEROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
He was dogged and unmoved to the last, and then Avonley hauled him into the presence of Dr. Rowlands.
ERICFREDERIC WILLIAM FARRAR

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