But the Hasidic communities that doggedly stick to a living, breathing Yiddish use different dialects.
That mental image you have of Churchill doggedly shouting down appeasers?
It was Romney who doggedly stuck to his game plan—no matter how preposterous he looked.
And never have I met a group of people as doggedly convinced that their opinion is “objectively” correct as gamers.
An enviable mindset for one who doggedly refuses to leave well-enough—let alone so-so—alone.
"That depends on how fast I 'slip,'" answered Jimmy doggedly.
I expected reproaches and was doggedly prepared to meet them.
Never mind, thats what would have happened, replied Martin doggedly.
Garth listened in silence, and then slunk off doggedly to the smithy.
"I've made up my mind to shoot him," answered the other doggedly.
"having the qualities of a dog" (mostly in a negative sense), c.1300, from dog (n.). Meaning "persistent" is from 1779. Hence doggedly (late 14c.), "cruelly, maliciously;" later "with a dog's persistence" (1773). Related: Doggedness.