Some boys amused me very much by their pertinacious attempts to keep up with the carriage.
And it was the presence of that pertinacious ship-chandler which had started them.
A pertinacious tormentor, too, was old Betty Fye, who lived in the log shanty across the creek.
And he escaped from pertinacious Mr. Dawson with some alacrity.
From the highest to the lowest, all classes are most pertinacious beggars.
Again they laughed at the child's pertinacious fancy for a night-ramble.
"There never was a man played his game worse," resumed St. George, who with a pertinacious persistence continued the topic.
"They are not the only pertinacious ones," the priest replied.
The poor victim of this pertinacious interrogatory now beat about within herself for succour.
Most unwilling was that guest, most pertinacious that mariner.