insistence

[ in-sis-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF insistence

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There was a note of insistence that carried a curious dignity of its own.

In that insistence lay her ultimate compensation for untold misery.

I think that my unhappiness had as much to do with my father's insistence on the change, as anything.

What harm could visit him if he yielded to this corpulent adventurer's insistence?

All his distrust awoke into fresh life at Claude's insistence.

But he shook his head at Wilding's insistence that he must first go to Lupton House.

You drive me to say these things; by your insistence you compel me to be harsh.

His insistence upon his obligation was suddenly almost tearful.

The poor fellow who had incurred the mishap had been, at his insistence, acting for him.

If the note itself is not new, there must at least be a newness of emphasis and insistence.

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