"Depend on my zeal," cried this energetic solicitor, following Matthew pertinaciously on his way to the station.
"But I think that is hardly sufficient," said Mrs. Robarts, pertinaciously.
Why, if they must err, do they err so pertinaciously in one direction?
"Then I'll walk a few steps with you," he said pertinaciously.
There lay the monstrous mias, still struggling violently, while Merlin pertinaciously hung on to him.
"Then he's alive," said Clarence pertinaciously, and looking at her.
But the philosophic Kohen Gadol dared all these punishments, and pursued his way calmly and pertinaciously.
"We carry the worse consequences with us," said L'Isle, pertinaciously.
Ellis's words returned to her again and again so pertinaciously, that she could not break from them.
When, therefore, she so pertinaciously refused him, he could not but be angry.