Reivers with more than human tenaciousness had retained a glimmer of consciousness.
And now that I hope you are better, with what tenaciousness does it cling to you!
He thought the tenaciousness of approaching the Treasury was carried too far in the present instance.
What was wanting in judgement was supplied by memory, in the tenaciousness of which she has seldom been rivalled.
The tenaciousness of flowers is not known; their hardihood is not sufficiently admired.
This tenaciousness of their own dignity and privileges was shown in some disagreements with the upper house.
"Certainly, sir, you are gifted with tenaciousness," cried the captain.
I did not know his tenaciousness of titles—he was an esquire also—which was my first unpardonable offence.
tenacious te·na·cious (tə-nā'shəs)
Clinging to another object or surface; adhesive.
Holding together firmly; cohesive.