sedulity

sedulity

[si-doo-li-tee, -dyoo-]
noun
sedulous quality, application, or activity; diligence.

Origin:
1535–45; < Latin sēdulitās, equivalent to sēdul(us) sedulous + -itās -ity

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sedulous (ˈsɛdjʊləs)
 
adj
constant or persistent in use or attention; assiduous; diligent
 
[C16: from Latin sēdulus, of uncertain origin]
 
sedulity
 
n
 
'sedulousness
 
n
 
'sedulously
 
adv

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