Just so, the Romney campaign has tenaciously clung to financial privacy.
If she paled, the dusky stain in whose existence Virginia so tenaciously believed hid the sign of her emotion.
But he does think, slowly and tenaciously, as a cuttlefish grips.
Yet Bruce was tenaciously constant to the grand object of his ambition.
It is the people with fewest ideas that cling to them most tenaciously.
Winter held on tenaciously and mercilessly, but it has let go.
They hold the same name as tenaciously as we do, against us.
The Serbian spirit resisted until the end stubbornly and tenaciously against the Turks conquering the Balkans five centuries ago.
Stinkingly and tenaciously and treacherously, as befitted, it opposed the feeding of the guns.
It was not difficult for Claude to take this point of view, but he repeated, tenaciously, "I've got to do it in my own way."
tenacious te·na·cious (tə-nā'shəs)
Clinging to another object or surface; adhesive.
Holding together firmly; cohesive.