All Adverb
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  • The next instance seemed to point still more insistently toward the lady already named. Cited from The Golden Slipper, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Just at this point is where the law of the case comes in so insistently. Cited from The Man in Court, by Frederic DeWitt Wells
  • "What did you do last night after you reached home?" she demanded insistently. Cited from The Secret of the Night, by Gaston Leroux
  • The question which seated itself most insistently in his mind was, why had she come? Cited from Valley Of Silent Men, by James Oliver Curwo
  • They kept open house in such an insistently open manner that they created a social draught. Cited from When William Came, by Saki
  • Many of them came to me and begged me insistently to go and visit them.
  • He was insistently eager to let men know what His Father was like. Cited from Quiet Talks with World Winners, by S. D. Gordon
  • Three buildings in the village stood out insistently, more by the authority of their appearance and position than by their size. Cited from The Weavers, by G. Parker, v1
  • Jimmie was driven more insistently than ever to make up his mind about this war. Cited from Jimmie Higgins, by Upton Sinclair
  • The civil society more and more insistently called for democratic elections.
  • Then, in such a life as my own has been, the lesson comes insistently near. Cited from The Upton Letters, by Arthur Benson
  • He was the first ever science fiction writer who was not only allowed but invited insistently to do it.
  • She had drawn it from her own shoulders and was holding it out to him insistently. Cited from The Witness, by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
  • The enigma of France was once more set before him more insistently than ever. Cited from Jean-Christophe, Vol. I, by Romain Rolland
  • She held her hand higher, even, than her aunt's, as she turned a little insistently towards her. Cited from The Pawns Count, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Those are not likely to be the facts which our practical experience forces most insistently upon our notice. Cited from Supply and Demand, by Hubert D. Henderson
  • "Come to me, come to me, come to me!" the voice repeated insistently. Cited from Boy Scouts in Northern Wilds, by Archibald Lee Fletcher
  • Going up to his father's side, he pulled insistently at his sleeve. Cited from The Radio Boys on the Mexican Border, by Gerald Breckenridge
  • But to Youth there is no goal that calls more insistently than Fame. Cited from Giant Hours With Poet Preachers,William L. Stidger
  • These are indeed of great value, particularly the insistently repeated message in print. Cited from Catholic Problems in Western Canada, by George Thomas Daly
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How insistently gets used

Meaning of insistently

  • adverb In an insistent manner