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tenacious
used in The Age of Innocence

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persistent and unyielding
  • It was on Archer's lips to exclaim that whatever he knew or did not know was no concern of M. Riviere's; but something in the humble and yet courageous tenacity of M. Riviere's gaze made him reject this conclusion, and he met the young man's question with another.
    Chapter 25 (73% in)

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