assiduousness assiduousness


  • (n) great and constant diligence and attention



  1. Albright's discipline and assiduousness, she says, came from her father.
  2. As a result of that assiduousness, Lauren has been criticized as being a promoter rather than a designer, a copycat who turns traditional ideas into high-priced knock-offs.


  • Margaret Thatcher, who admits her personal liking for President Jimmy Carter, noted that his presidency demonstrated that "in leading a great nation, decency and assiduousness are not enough".
    on Feb 17, 2008 By: Margaret Thatcher Source: The Nation Newspaper

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