assiduously


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Related to assiduously: predominantly, ostentatiously, sporadically

as·sid·u·ous

 (ə-sĭj′o͞o-əs)
adj.
Showing or characterized by persistent attention or untiring application: an assiduous worker who strove for perfection; did assiduous research before writing the book. See Synonyms at diligent.

[From Latin assiduus, from assidēre, to attend to : ad-, ad- + sedēre, to sit; see sed- in Indo-European roots.]

as·sid′u·ous·ly adv.
as·sid′u·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.assiduously - with care and persistenceassiduously - with care and persistence; "she worked assiduously on the senior thesis"
Translations

assiduously

[əˈsɪdjʊəslɪ] ADVdiligentemente

assiduously

[əˈsɪdjuəsli] adv [work, study, practise, train] → assidûment

assiduously

[əˈsɪdjʊəslɪ] advdiligentemente
References in classic literature ?
Cutter painted china so assiduously that even her wash-bowls and pitchers, and her husband's shaving-mug, were covered with violets and lilies.
Eva stole away; but after that, she assiduously gave Mammy reading lessons.
Georgiana took out her handkerchief and blew her nose for an hour afterwards; Eliza sat cold, impassable, and assiduously industrious.
I'm sorry for it, Miss Catherine,' was my response; and I proceeded assiduously with my occupation.
Next noontide saw the admirable woman in her usual place in the wine-shop, knitting away assiduously.
My occupation of Peggotty's spare-room put a constraint upon me, from which he was free: for, knowing how assiduously she attended on Mr.
It is a characteristic of the weak and criminal to attribute to others the misfortunes that are the result of their own wickedness, and so now it was that Alexis Paulvitch was slowly recalling the events of his past life and as he did so laying at the door of the man whom he and Rokoff had so assiduously attempted to ruin and murder all the misfortunes that had befallen him in the failure of their various schemes against their intended victim.
I have been working very hard lately, because I want to keep up with Jonathan's studies, and I have been practicing shorthand very assiduously.
It remained to ascertain whether the priests were watching by the side of their victim as assiduously as were the soldiers at the door.
They were all too assiduously engaged to talk to us as we passed.
No, madame; but they who so assiduously try to buy things cheap ought to permit others to seek more generous friends.
At this moment the door of the minister's box opened, and Madame Danglars, accompanied by her daughter, entered, escorted by Lucien Debray, who assiduously conducted them to their seats.