Thesaurus / pertinacity

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The project was opposed by the one person with a pertinacity that Julian was sure could mean only one thing.

The MessengerElizabeth Robins

London, despite its pertinacity in rebellion, was to retain its ancient franchises.

It may be pertinacity, but to my eye, these gray hills and all this wild Border country have beauties peculiar to themselves.

The government would never listen to his plans for saving Wilmington, and rebuked him for his pertinacity.

Marlborough had formerly made himself conspicuous by the keenness and pertinacity with which he had attacked the Dutch.

Her inhabitants were industrious, frugal and enterprising, and were equally distinguished for their pertinacity and independence.

Tea LeavesVarious

He was burnt at Logroo, but whether for pertinacity or denial we are not informed.

The Knights pursued these powers with most unchristianlike vengeance, pertinacity, and success.

The Story of MaltaMaturin M. Ballou

In fine Miss Travers showed a keen feminine ingenuity and pertinacity in persecution worthy of a nobler motive.

In approaching this subject, I am not unmindful of the pertinacity with which men adhere to old habits.

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