insistency

[ in-sis-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF insistency

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If his cause is just we gain by his insistency and determination.

His questions and his insistency on certain points told me that he had some theory.

The King's terrible reply to Montmorency's insistency is well known.

Overcome by the insistency of Barrot and the rest of us, Rmusat one evening yielded.

The insistency of the seventh is felt in the strong measures with the words, "oh let us in, oh, let us in."

And now,’ continues the count, ‘I thank you from my heart for your insistency.

Hurstwood almost exclaimed out loud at the insistency of this thing.

One object, in particular, is mentioned with insistency by nearly all the chronicles, both Mussulman and Christian.

But the words would not be forgotten, and there were circumstances which accounted in some measure for their insistency.

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