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But it is certain also that the Persians who complained of them had themselves been asking for trouble rather importunately.
Unbidden and harshly rebuked possibilities of joy pressed themselves importunately on him.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN
Yet there is nothing that the heart of man more importunately craves than the freedom and ease which this name implies.
They presented their bills so importunately that payment had to be made promptly in blood.
The imagination plays over it importunately, and wearies itself with scanning the outlines and unlighted corners.
But was not this question itself proof that his mind was still importunately active?
A man asked importunately in our antichamber this morning for the padrone, naming no names, and our servants turned him out.
In New York mysteries beckoned at every street corner, but too importunately.
THE HAND IN THE DARKARTHUR J. REES
My hunger, thus importunately urged, would not abstain, and I ate of the food that was provided.
EDGAR HUNTLEYCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
But making all possible allowance for the Philadelphians, it does still appear that they acted rashly, importunately, deplorably.

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