industriousness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  persevering determination to perform a task

  • Mary Jo soon became respected for thoroughness, industriousness and discretion.
  • Their religion places great stress on industriousness, peacefulness and obedience to the law.
  • His blue eyes twinkle youthfully behind his thick glasses; his snowy little beard, jollity and industriousness make him seem something like Santa Claus.
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in Press-Enterprise
    At our best, we have never relied on hope and chance alone. Time and time again, we've tapped those great American resources: industriousness and ingenuity,Obama said.
  • John Weston in National Post
    He is renowned. It's been said that it's hard to find anyone in Canada who doesn't know him, because of his incredible industriousness,says John Weston, an MP from a riding in suburban Vancouver.
  • Condoleezza Rice in Bloomberg
    The inherent strength of the Georgian economy, coupled with the industriousness of the Georgian people, have moderated the economic impact of Russia's invasion,Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told reporters in Washington. "Yet,...

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