assiduously assiduously  /ə ˈsɪd wəs li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with care and persistence

Usage(s):

  1. A figure of enormous accomplishment and even huger charisma, Lawrence promoted himself as assiduously as he did Arab nationalism: a legend in the self-making.
  2. I have excellent intentions, and at my Brooklyn apartment the week always starts with assiduously divided trash: paper, plastic and aluminum.
  3. Though the camp's 400 montagnard defenders were patrolling assiduously up to ten miles away, no one thought to poke around his own front yard.

News

  1. Media: Rose withstands thorny 'U.S. Open nerves'

    It was a day made for a television analyst renowned for using a word that he assiduously avoided, but NBC's Johnny Miller found a way around it on Sunday.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: GolfDigest.com via Yahoo! Sports

  2. Roanoke Cement Company earns Energy Star certification for 7th straight year

    Roanoke Cement Company (RCC), founded in 1950 and acquired by Titan America in 1992, has been a longstanding member of the Catawba Valley community. Located between the Appalachian Mountains and Jefferson National Forest, Roanoke Cement is privy to the energy-intensive nature of its industry and works assiduously to minimize its carbon footprint. As a result [...]
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Roanoke Times

Quotes

  1. "I'm not specifically aware of the nature of the investigations and nor should I be," Ruddock said. "But what I can say is the Australian Federal Police have worked assiduously in relation to issues arising from the linkages with the UK...
    on Jul 14, 2007 By: Philip Ruddock Source: Daventry Express

  2. Bolton told the Security Council, "This resolution does not display an evenhanded characterization of the recent events in Gaza, nor does it advance the cause of Israeli-Palestinian peace to which we aspire and for which we are working assiduously."
    on Nov 12, 2006 By: John Bolton Source: The Conservative Voice

  3. "Ally was also part of our preparation squad so is very much up to speed with what we do, and he has worked assiduously on his development as a player," Hadden added.
    on Sep 10, 2007 By: Frank Hadden Source: InTheNews.co.uk

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