So Morning Joe let his Starbucks do the talking and started spelling it out, in a loud, slow, and insistent voice.
But the wrongdoing was too great and the demands for action too insistent.
Poor poll numbers and insistent associates persuaded him to move that date up, to Feb. 15.
But even though it looks like a dying town from afar, Erick has an insistent pulse.
It goes, “The day is short, the task is great, the master is insistent.”
Bitter thoughts seem to hover around the pale forehead,—cruel doubt and insistent remorse.
It troubled him—the insistent feeling of the eyes which had been upon him.
The tent is the very outpost of settlement, a mute testimonial of the insistent desire to possess land of one's very own.
We form a habit of conquering as insistent as any other habit.
This query was so insistent that it seemed to come from outside his consciousness, and to demand an answer.
1620s, "standing on something," from Latin insistentem (nominative insistens), present participle of insistere (see insist). Meaning "dwelling firmly on something asserted" is from 1868. Related: Insistently.