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  • He persistently drew her toward him.
  • One scene had a persistent witchery: She stood on a terrace overlooking a boulevard by the warm sea.
  • She raged, but so violent was the current of their respectability, so persistent was Aunt Bessie in running to her with their blabber, that she was embarrassed when she took Hugh to play with Olaf.
  • She sat on the edge of his bed while he hunted through his bureau for a collar which ought to be there and persistently wasn’t.
  • Dinner was over and they were gossiping of her friends at the flat, but an intruder was with them, sitting back, persistent, inescapable.

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  • She has a persistent cough.
  • It is the kind of problem that can be solved if we are persistent in our efforts.

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