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assiduous
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
diligent (showing care and persistent effort)
  • , with assiduous celerity.
    Chapter 13 (29% in)
  • Georgiana took out her handkerchief and blew her nose for an hour afterwards; Eliza sat cold, impassable, and assiduously industrious.
    Chapter 21 (81% in)
  • Mary would sit and watch me by the hour together: then she would take lessons; and a docile, intelligent, assiduous pupil she made.
    Chapter 30 (17% in)
  • Fancy me yielding and melting, as I am doing: human love rising like a freshly opened fountain in my mind and overflowing with sweet inundation all the field I have so carefully and with such labour prepared — so assiduously sown with the seeds of good intentions, of self-denying plans.
    Chapter 32 (69% in)

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