importunity[ im-pawr-too-ni-tee, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF importunity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPORTUNITY
This is the importunity He teaches, and we must learn: to claim and take the blessing.
That was importunity, that would rather die than not have his people given him.
In the former you have the importunity that claims and receives an immediate answer.
"Supposed to mind their own business," said Hal, exasperated with the man's importunity.
But he persevered in his request, and wrung from him by his importunity what his deserts could not get.
He was moved to action by the desire to escape the woman's importunity.
Wearied by his importunity, Lady Newburgh at last forbade him the house.
He was angry with her importunity and would have answered sternly.
Never was seen such patience and importunity as that displayed by boy and beast.
You will pardon my importunity in favor of the sentiment which dictated it.