insistently


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in·sis·tent

 (ĭn-sĭs′tənt)
adj.
1. Firm in asserting a demand or an opinion; unyielding.
2. Demanding attention or a response: insistent hunger.
3. Repetitive and persistent: the jay's insistent cry.

in·sis′tent·ly adv.
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Adv.1.insistently - in an insistent manner
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insistently

[ɪnˈsɪstəntlɪ] ADV [ask, say, knock, ring] → insistentemente, con insistencia
he was tugging insistently at his mother's sleevetiraba insistentemente or con insistencia de la manga de su madre
he tried very insistently to sell us some toysintentó con mucha insistencia vendernos unos juguetes

insistently

[ɪnˈsɪstəntli] adv
(= determinedly) [say, ask] → avec insistance
(= continually) [ring] → avec insistance

insistently

advmit Nachdruck; the telephone rang insistentlydas Telefon klingelte penetrant und unaufhörlich; this question will be put more and more insistentlydiese Frage wird immer beharrlicher gestellt werden

insistently

[ɪnˈsɪstntlɪ] advinsistentemente, con insistenza
References in classic literature ?
He would have regarded such a thought as a great sin of pride; but the mother who brought the boy implored him insistently, falling at his feet and saying:
But of late, while he was staying in Moscow after his wife's confinement, with nothing to do, the question that clamored for solution had more and more often, more and more insistently, haunted Levin's mind.
Just as he had done after Austerlitz, he related this occurrence at such length and so insistently that everyone again believed it had been necessary to do this, and he received two decorations for the Finnish war also.
The wind came from the left, insistently blowing over to one side the mane on Mukhorty's sleek neck and carrying aside even his fluffy tail, which was tied in a simple knot.
For he knew that there, floating in the blue above him, was meat, the meat his stomach yearned after so insistently.
Mr Verloc did not seem so much asleep now as lying down with a bent head and looking insistently at his left breast.
He spoke insistently, almost pleading with her in his eagerness to cover up that yawning silence.
There was nothing that she longed for at that moment except to see Will: the possibility of seeing him had thrust itself insistently between her and every other object; and yet she had a throbbing excitement like an alarm upon her-- a sense that she was doing something daringly defiant for his sake.
The telephone on his table was ringing insistently.
Irrelevantly, insistently, scores of times, he wondered when they would come on and what they looked like.
His face grew stern, and he insistently proffered the wine.
Instead, her thought dwelt insistently upon the significance of his stepping aside, in the middle of a violent proposal, in order to make irrelevant remarks.