The impudence, the inveteracy of that fellow, is astonishing—no silencing him.
They have the same sort of inveteracy as dogs have for the ill-dressed canaille.
The more distinguished the person, the greater the inveteracy of these foes of human nature.
Their constant tendency is to increase in virulence and inveteracy.
Every thing, in fact, attests both the generality and inveteracy of that horrible propensity among the Spaniards.
Now see with what earnestness and inveteracy the friends of the Colonization Society oppose immediate abolition!
Thus chorea may sometimes reach a degree of inveteracy that renders sleep impossible.
But, in truth, the tradition of ages and inveteracy of associations make such a vast change in Rome impossible.
Their inveteracy, however, was principally directed against the Roman commerce, and the Romans themselves.
It really does seem to me a kind of inveteracy thus to talk of buying a new yacht within a few hours after losing one.