- non·in·sist·en·cy, noun, plural non·in·sist·en·cies.
- o·ver·in·sist·en·cy, noun, plural o·ver·in·sist·en·cies.
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How to use insistency in a sentence
If his cause is just we gain by his insistency and determination.The Eugenic Marriage, Vol. 3 (of 4) | W. Grant Hague
But she had such a way of nagging insistency; and he was really a weak man.Old People and the Things That Pass | Louis Couperus
There was a compelling insistency in the sound and, with a muttered imprecation, he jerked the receiver from the hook.The Promise | James B. Hendryx
At the sound of it the primeval lover, newly renascent in Mr. Strumley's breast, cowed before the power of genitorial insistency.Golden Stories | Various
One object, in particular, is mentioned with insistency by nearly all the chronicles, both Mussulman and Christian.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume I (of 3) | Leonard Williams