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Tuesday word: Persevere

Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2020

Persevere (verb)
per·se·vere [pur-suh-veer]


verb (used without object), per·se·vered, per·se·ver·ing.
1. to persist in anything undertaken; maintain a purpose in spite of difficulty, obstacles, or discouragement; continue steadfastly.
2. to persist in speech, interrogation, argument, etc.; insist.

verb (used with object), per·se·vered, per·se·ver·ing.
3. to bolster, sustain, or uphold: unflagging faith that had persevered him.

WORDS RELATED TO PERSEVERE
proceed, pursue, endure, persist, remain, continue, maintain

SEE SYNONYMS FOR persevere ON THESAURUS.COM
1. See continue.

Origin: 1325–75; Middle English perseveren < Middle French perseverer < Latin perseverare to persist, derivative of perseverus very strict. See per-, severe

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