insistent : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in si stuhnt

  • s  repetitive and persistent
    the bluejay's insistent cry
  • s  demanding attention
    insistent hunger

  • The queen retreats into silence and mourning until the insistent supplications of her courtiers compel her to emerge and once again take the destiny of the kingdom into her hands.
  • Her words to the caller, the person handling our financial matters, grew insistent: "You're joking? This is a joke, right?" We didn't know it yet, but we had been playing in the .
  • But Abdullah has been insistent on staking his independence from Washington.
News & Articles


  • Paolo Gentiloni in ABC News
    In a statement, Gentiloni called the game "cruel and sadistic, with a squalid environment and a continuous, insistent encouragement to violence and murder."
  • Dmitry Medvedev in Calgary Herald
    But our insistent proposals to the Georgian side to reach an agreement with Abkhazia and South Ossetia on the renunciation of force remained unanswered. Unfortunately, they were ignored also by NATO and the UN,Medvedev said.
  • Niall Quinn in Durham Times
    Steve has a few players in mind that we'd love to have, but he's very insistent on having a good look at what we have and he's probably right,said Quinn, who oversaw two years of heavy spending with Keane. "We've maybe got some players who...

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