perseverance


perseverance
noun
ADJECTIVE
great, incredible, sheer
dogged, untiring
VERB + PERSEVERANCE
have

Does she have the perseverance to finish the work?

demonstrate, display, show

He showed great perseverance by staying in the job.

require, take

It may take some perseverance to find the right people.

reward

Her perseverance was ultimately rewarded.

PERSEVERANCE + VERB
pay off
PREPOSITION
with perseverance

Anyone can learn Japanese with perseverance.

perseverance in the face of

his courage and perseverance in the face of serious illness

perseverance with

His perseverance with the new technique paid off.


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  • Perseverance — may refer to: Perseverance (solitaire), a card game Perseverance (born 1977), American fighter Brock Lesnar Perseverance (steam locomotive) Perseverance was the name of the steam boat built by John Fitch and successfully demonstrated in 1787 on… …   Wikipedia

  • perseverance — Perseverance. s. f. Qualité de celuy qui persevere. Perseverance dans le travail. cela demande une grande perseverance. c est une perseverance loüable. il a obtenu cet employ par sa longue perseverance. une grande perseverance dans l oraison,… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Perseverance — Студийный альбом …   Википедия

  • Perseverance — Per se*ver ance, n. [F. pers[ e]v[ e]rance, L. perseverantia.] 1. The act of persevering; persistence in anything undertaken; continued pursuit or prosecution of any business, or enterprise begun. The king becoming graces . . . perseverance,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perseverance — (n.) mid 14c., from Fr. persévérance (12c.), from L. perseverantia, from perseverantem, from perseverare (see PERSEVERE (Cf. persevere)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • perseverance — I noun application, backbone, constancy, continuance, continuation, determination, devotion, diligence, doggedness, endurance, firmness of purpose, indefatigableness, industry, intransigency, obduracy, obduration, obstinacy, patience, persistence …   Law dictionary

  • perseverance — [n] diligence, hard work backbone*, constancy, continuance, cool, dedication, determination, doggedness, drive, endurance, grit*, guts*, immovability, indefatigability, moxie*, persistence, pertinacity, pluck*, prolonging, purposefulness,… …   New thesaurus

  • perseverance — Perseverance, Pertinacia, Patientia, Perseuerantia, Permansio …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • perseverance — [pʉr΄sə vir′əns] n. [OFr < L perseverantia < perseverans, prp. of perseverare: see PERSEVERATE] 1. the act of persevering; continued, patient effort 2. the quality of one who perseveres; persistence 3. in Calvinism, the continuance in grace …   English World dictionary

  • persévérance — (pèr sé vé ran s ) s. f. Qualité de celui qui persévère. •   La persévérance n est digne ni de blâme ni de louange, parce qu elle n est que la durée des goûts et des sentiments qu on ne s ôte et qu on ne se donne point, LA ROCHEFOUC. Max. 177.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré


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