doggedness

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"It was as good as suicide," insisted the General, with doggedness.

And yet, somehow, the British doggedness does not always answer.

The sinister look in the eyes, the doggedness of the face did not change.

“I want to do it,” replied Miss Ramsbotham, a note of doggedness in her voice.

He was then so near home that the impulse of doggedness kept him on foot.

Never would his foes have opened the doors of their own Doggedness of Purpose.

He was sober; he was dependable; and he was dogged with the doggedness of the unimaginative.

She had reached her limit, and went forward with a doggedness that was pitiful to behold.

There was doggedness in the tone, and doggedness in the look that accompanied it.

“Teacher sent me on an errand,” he replied then, with a kind of doggedness.

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