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  • I didn't want to, but they were really persistent about it.
  • The persistent online worlds allow the games to remain popular for many years.
  • They are also persistent and will make multiple shots if their first one fails.
  • It is also one of the most persistent species and is quite bold, especially in urban areas.
  • The data structure is fully persistent if every version can be both accessed and modified.
  • However, the low density of population in New France remained a very persistent problem.
  • Chlordane is very persistent in the environment because it does not break down easily.
  • But the point being in the persistent and open-minded search of the truth.
  • In this context, a persistent open question has been the existence of a least-area soap film.
  • Despite her persistent illnesses, she continued to perform until shortly before her death and had other performances scheduled.
  • He played only 18 times last season due to a persistent knee injury.
  • These conditions were followed by persistent spring weather patterns that produced storms over the same locations.
  • It is also a bit larger and more persistent than its counterpart in North America.
  • Cold, persistent, very high winds are common in Spring, usually through much of the month of March.
  • Children who struggle to learn to talk often experience persistent communication difficulties in addition to academic struggles.
  • Because of persistent differences in local self-interest, the two sides of the county regularly experience political friction.
  • All social software systems create links between users, as persistent as the identity those users choose.
  • Also, persistent pain has been shown to cause grey matter loss, reversible once the pain has resolved.
  • While the current version is not quite a true simulated world, it is very complex and contains a large persistent world.
  • GameDaily also included him in their most persistent video game villains list.
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Words starting with persistent

Meaning of persistent

  • adjective Retained; not shed
    persistent leaves remain attached past maturity, the persistent gills of fishes