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Sentence count:135+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: imperativenessinsistencyinsistingpresspressureSimilar words: insistentlyconsistencypersistencesubsistenceconsistentconsistentlyexistenceinsistMeaning: [ɪn'sɪstəns]  n. 1. continual and persistent demands 2. the state of demanding notice or attention 3. the act of insisting on something. 
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1, Her parents were united in their insistence that she go to college.
2, The union has dropped its earlier insistence that workers should receive bonus payments.
3, At her insistence, the matter was dropped.
4, She called him a chauvinist because of his insistence on calling all women 'girls'.
5, Insistence on better working conditions by the union has resulted in fewer employee absences.
6, They were united in their insistence that she should go to college.
7, At her father's insistence, Amelia's been moved into a new class.
8, At her father's insistence, she joined them for a drink.
9, No one was convinced by his insistence that he was not to blame.
10, At the insistence of his father, he bought himself a new suit.
11, The ballot was re-run on Mr Todd's insistence after accusations of malpractice.
12, Quiet, consistent insistence by the parent is very helpful.
13, The electrician had been very irritated by their insistence.
14, Blaine would not desist in her insistence.
15, Almost certainly at Modigliani's insistence, Soutine was included.
16, Because of international insistence on it, Resolution 242 is undoubtedly the entry ticket to an international peace conference.
17, Anger at what has been perpetrated and an insistence on due process are the essential combination in dealing with war crimes.
18, The insistence that manmade women be accepted as women is the institutional expression of the mistaken conviction that women are defective males.
19, But his insistence that she leave everything to him had only served to strengthen her determination to be independent.
20, Still, most Democrats joined Republicans in their insistence that the nuns testify.
21, Indeed,( her insistence on the issue seems to be more a product of her unfortunate personal experience than of scientific evidence.
22, It is Labour's insistence on putting the cart before the horse which fills me with gloom.
23, The new insistence that a text's mediation in history is important has changed this perspective.
24, Then, on D'Arcy's insistence, he was passed from extension to extension.
25, They especially object to the insistence that the polling be nonpartisan, saying this will lead to chaos and excessively personalized competition.
26, She was to be in bed for three days at the doctor's insistence and she never even saw Alain.
27, The attempt to do just this, pursued with inappropriate insistence, ultimately vitiated the Leavisite campaign.
28, The decision to go down the Windows route was largely down to his insistence that it would offer greater programming flexibility.
29, The claim to the right to myself leads to an insistence on viewing all reality from my viewpoint alone.
30, With Harry Kewell, too, they have displayed a narrow insistence on club before country.
More similar words: insistentlyconsistencypersistencesubsistenceconsistentconsistentlyexistenceinsistpersistentconsistsisterconsist inconsist ofstenchunassistedlistenostensibleostensiblyglistendistendlistenerlisten toresistanceassistanceinsolencenonexistentsentencepretenceglisteningdistention
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