pertinacious

[ pur-tn-ey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF pertinacious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERTINACIOUS

And it was the presence of that pertinacious ship-chandler which had started them.

Behind these was the agent, punctual and pertinacious, who had come for the rent.

And he escaped from pertinacious Mr. Dawson with some alacrity.

Again they laughed at the child's pertinacious fancy for a night-ramble.

"They are not the only pertinacious ones," the priest replied.

That is what it was to have a pertinacious father and to be an accommodating son.

Most unwilling was that guest, most pertinacious that mariner.

He appeared, as before, very unwilling; but I was pertinacious, and he was worried into it.

"Troth, an' I have her safe," replied the pertinacious Dandy.

The jackdaw is the most pertinacious usurper that can be imagined.

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