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used in The Adventures of Augie March

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persistent or continuing or firm — especially in maintaining a view or demanding something
  • I wasn't so intoxicated with its being my night that I couldn't see a reason for Einhorn's insistence, a small darkness of a reason no bigger than a field mouse yet and very swift.
    Chapter 7 (81% in)
  • It maybe means that what is needed to mitigate the foolishness or dissolve the deception is always superabundantly about and insistently offered to us—a black offer in Charing Cross; a gray in Place Pereires where you see so many kinds and varieties of beings go to and fro in the liquid and fog; a brown in the straight unity of Wabash Avenue.
    Chapter 11 (1% in)

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