persistent


persistent
I adjective abiding, adamant, assiduous, chronic, continued, continuing, continuous, determined, diligent, dogged, durable, enduring, everlasting, faithful, indefatigable, insistent, lasting, obstinate, patient, perdurable, perseverant, persevering, pertinacious, purposeful, refusing to relent, relentless, remaining, repeated, resolute, resolved, sedulous, serious, set upon, staying, steadfast, steady, strong-willed, stubborn, sustained, tenacious, tireless, unallayed, unceasing, unchanging, unchecked, undaunted, undeviating, undiscouraged, undying, unfailing, unfaltering, unflagging, unrelaxing, unremitting, unstopping, unswerving, untiring, unvarying, unwavering, unwearying, unyielding II index chronic, continual (connected), diligent, durable, faithful (diligent), frequent, immutable, incessant, indelible, industrious, inexorable, infinite, insistent, lasting, patient, permanent, perpetual, pertinacious, purposeful, relentless, repeated, resolute, sedulous, stable, steadfast, strong, undaunted, unrelenting, unremitting, unyielding, zealous

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  • Persistent — Per*sist ent, a. [L. persistens, entis, p. pr. of persistere. See {Persist}.] 1. Inclined to persist; having staying qualities; tenacious of position or purpose. [1913 Webster] 2. (Biol.) Remaining beyond the period when parts of the same kind… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Persistént — (lat.), beharrend; Persisténz, Beharrlichkeit; persistieren, dauern; auf etwas bestehen …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • persistent — 1826, from PERSISTENCE (Cf. persistence) or from L. persistentem, prp. of persistere. Related: Persistently …   Etymology dictionary

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  • persistent — ► ADJECTIVE 1) persisting or having a tendency to persist. 2) continuing or recurring; prolonged. 3) Botany & Zoology (of a horn, leaf, etc.) remaining attached instead of falling off in the normal manner. DERIVATIVES persistence noun… …   English terms dictionary

  • persistent — [pər sist′ənt, pərzist′ənt] adj. [L persistens, prp. of persistere: see PERSIST] 1. refusing to relent; continuing, esp. in the face of opposition, interference, etc.; stubborn; persevering 2. continuing to exist or endure; lasting without change …   English World dictionary

  • persistent — adjective Etymology: Latin persistent , persistens, present participle of persistere Date: 1826 1. existing for a long or longer than usual time or continuously: as a. retained beyond the usual period < a persistent leaf > b. continuing without… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • persistent — per|sis|tent [pəˈsıstənt US pər ] adj 1.) [usually before noun] continuing to exist or happen, especially for longer than is usual or desirable ▪ persistent rumours ▪ persistent headaches ▪ a persistent problem ▪ persistent rain 2.) continuing to …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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