importunately

[ im-pawr-chuh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF importunately
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But she had only meant it for that evening, and he had gone on importunately.

Yet it haunted him, though at rare intervals, and not importunately.

When admitted he was very noisy, and importunately talkative.

How realistically, how importunately, how pitifully she took form before him!

Secrets the bark and bud scales hide have been revealed to those who have patiently and importunately inquired.

Her last thought as she fell into a dreamless slumber was a prayer for the two for whom she had been so importunately pleading.

I gave a clasp-knife to the chief, when another of the party most importunately demanded a tomahawk.

They, however, importunately demanded a treaty from the United States government in return for their loyalty.

Georges was in high favor with the khan, and was importunately urging the condemnation of his rival.

His advice was never asked, and, when obtrusively and importunately offered, was coldly received.

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