These and many more annoying and importunate people make life a burden to me.
She choked upon an importunate sob and dug nails into the palms of her hands.
Moreouer, at the importunate sute of the Letters patents reuoked.
importunate seems to be used here in the sense of oppressive or overbearing.
It must, however, be allowed that they are not importunate, nor clamorous.
"It's too late now, Sonny," he said to the importunate child.
There are curious bits of domestic architecture, but no great palaces, and no importunate frequency of pictures.
She prayed as they prayed to-night, so earnest, so importunate, so believing.
Like a bridegroom he pined for night, like an importunate guest he followed with his eyes the luminary of day.
The sensations to which I allude, however, are of themselves but too importunate.