The amount of discipline and perseverance that it takes to train for a fight is incredible.
This is a remarkable story of perseverance and friendship in a time when women had few rights.
And his subsequent personal journey was emblematic of strength, perseverance, growth, and hope.
Lieberman is guided by the lessons her family taught her about passion, perseverance, and wonderful food.
It is an inspiring story of perseverance that should be a catalyst for committed activism wherever one sees a need.
With a little industry and perseverance wonders might be done in this country.
He was a man of great intelligence, perseverance, energy, and determination.
Almost any job can be shaken off in time and with perseverance.
Can we rely on the constancy and perseverance of the people?
She has an obstinacy and a perseverance in sticking at you that drive you almost wild, but make you learn "lots" in the end.
mid-14c., from Old French perseverance "persistence, endurance" (12c., Modern French persévérance) and directly from Latin perseverantia "steadfastness, constancy," from perseverantem (nominative perseverans), from perseverare (see persevere).