She had stated insistently, in her publicity and in private conversation, that she was sixty-four.
Keating had thrown his arm about Shlinker’s shoulders; Keating’s eyes had glowed with an insistent kind of warmth, as if Shlinker were his most precious friend; Keating’s eyes glowed like that on everybody.
Keating had never felt comfortable in Mrs. Holcombe’s presence, because she smiled at him too insistently and commented on his remarks by winking and saying: "Why, Peter, how naughty of you!" when no such intention had been in his mind at all.
It clung to her with a tight insistence that seemed conscious, like the peremptory caress of a cat.
She spoke about it insistently to anyone who would listen.
Someone at a distant table stared in their direction insistently, someone tall and bulky.
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We questioned her repeatedly and she remained insistent that she knew nothing of the event.