Some boys amused me very much by their pertinacious attempts to keep up with the carriage.
"They are not the only pertinacious ones," the priest replied.
A pertinacious tormentor, too, was old Betty Fye, who lived in the log shanty across the creek.
And it was the presence of that pertinacious ship-chandler which had started them.
From the highest to the lowest, all classes are most pertinacious beggars.
And he escaped from pertinacious Mr. Dawson with some alacrity.
"There never was a man played his game worse," resumed St. George, who with a pertinacious persistence continued the topic.
Again they laughed at the child's pertinacious fancy for a night-ramble.
The poor victim of this pertinacious interrogatory now beat about within herself for succour.
Most unwilling was that guest, most pertinacious that mariner.