Definitions

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  • adv. In a diligent manner, with appropriate effort, carefully.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a diligent manner; not carelessly; not negligently; with industry or assiduity.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With diligence, or steady application and care; with industry or assiduity; not carelessly; not negligently.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. with diligence; in a diligent manner

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Examples

  • In one case a woman came in diligently every week for a year.

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  • I wish I were there to personally thank her and through her, her husband Bill for the good works they are doing for mankind and, for her being so sincere and honest in diligently serving President Obama after the bitter rivalry they went through during the primaries.

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  • Though Mr. Fowler was not an ordained preacher and did not possess an advanced degree in theology, he studied diligently from the Greek New Testament for more than 30 years.

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  • Looking diligently translates a Greek word from which comes our

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  • So we believe -- and we suggested to the appropriate organization that documentary pictures be taken of that contingent of youths which is today working diligently, which is carrying out one of t most revolutionary and most promising youth movements in our country, th there will be historic records of what our youths are doing to build and develop our economy.

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  • There arrives, in the case of one who has practised poetical expression diligently, a wonderful sense of freedom, of expansiveness, of delight, when he begins to use what has been material for poetry for the purposes of prose.

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  • Attend to the business of your calling diligently; the craving for regular work is the healthful appetite of mind: but in your spare hours cultivate the new ideas which your talk with men who have been accustomed to cultivate the mind more than the body has sown within you.

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  • Lawyers for Ms. Callan and Mr. Lowitt said they worked "diligently" amid difficult circumstances in their relatively short stints in the position.

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  • Citigroup said the board has "diligently" done its job.

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  • Meanwhile, the company is focusing "diligently" on keeping existing subscribers, Mr. Karmazin said.

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