ScarJo's just the latest victim of increasingly creepy and tenacious people who break into emails.
The hooks on the end of final strokes indicate a tenacious mind that holds on to ideas and opinions as tight as a snapping turtle.
Will his tenacious attachment to his BlackBerry—not an iPhone—boost sales for the less-cool, more grownup device?
A tenacious environmental activist jumps into the Russian political fray.
For half a century, Ferencz, a tenacious 95-year-old, has been on his own Lemkin-esque campaign.
The most tenacious of traditionists must put his case in a ‘reasoned’ form.
Our memories are as tenacious as theirs, and rather more eclectic.
They are so tenacious of the freedom of choice, that even persuasion is thought criminal.
She seldom showed any anger; but when she did it was tenacious, and slow to be appeased.
In paroxysms from tickling in the throat, with tenacious mucus, which she cannot raise, and must be swallowed.
tenacious te·na·cious (tə-nā'shəs)
Clinging to another object or surface; adhesive.
Holding together firmly; cohesive.