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persevere
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Middlemarch
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  • "Let me hope that you will rescind that resolution about the horse, Miss Brooke," said the persevering admirer.
  • "I did not think of comparing you: such power of persevering devoted labor as Mr. Casaubon’s is not common."
  • "How should I be able now to persevere in any path without your companionship?" said Mr. Casaubon, kissing her candid brow, and feeling that heaven had vouchsafed him a blessing in every way suited to his peculiar wants.
  • "But if you married Mr. Ladislaw, not anybody else," Celia went on with persevering quietude.
  • "Was Mr. Hackbutt at the meeting?" persevered Mrs. Bulstrode.
  • There was a conflux of emotions and thoughts in him that would not let him either give thorough way to his anger or persevere with simple rigidity of resolve.
  • They are quite true," returned Celia, who had her reasons for persevering, though she was beginning to be a little afraid.

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  • We will persevere through these difficult times. Better days are ahead.
  • Despite an injured ankle, she persevered in overtime to help her team win.

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