These women are frequently mothers at the age of fourteen, and work as industriously in the field as at the domestic hearth.
There is where Amy will be if she keeps on as industriously as she has begun.
My life ran on happily and industriously, but this did not last.
The lobster was trapped so industriously that it also began to grow scarce.
This Report was industriously so given out, that it might fly and spread abroad Management of the Governour.
He was a good hunter, and worked most industriously and successfully.
When there she carefully sought, and having found, industriously pursued the trail of her old suitor, M. Pelet.
I retorted, and we talked “things” industriously for the next hour.
Think of this new particular vintage of lies that has been so industriously pumped out of the press and the pulpit.
These, however, and other publications, were industriously kept from our sight.
"characterized by energy, effort, and attention," 1520s (implied in industriously), from Middle French industrieux and directly from Late Latin industriosus, from Latin industria (see industry). Retains the etymological sense. Related: Industriousness.