persistent

[ per-sis-tuhnt, -zis- ]SEE DEFINITION OF persistent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSISTENT

Inside the house she heard the persistent, energetic sound of hammering.

He counted very much on me, but he was authoritative and persistent.

What other reason could there be for his persistent avoidance of her?

But if you are persistent about avoiding reprints then we'll have to do without them.

Was our darling right or wrong in that persistent auf wiedersehen of his?

For this divined and persistent loyalty Artois had a sensation of absolute love.

Hermione knew something of the persistent infidelities of Neapolitan men.

From the kitchen came the persistent sound of whispering voices.

They were the most cantankerous, persistent race you can imagine.

Dreadfully noticeable, she thought, that persistent lagging of theirs.

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