from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state or quality of being sedulous; assiduity: assiduousness; steady diligence; continued industry or effort.
- noun Synonyms See comparison under assiduity.
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- noun The quality of being
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- noun the quality of being constantly diligent and attentive
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A brief glance showed more than the habitual expression, a sedulousness -- some passionate feeling?
Not the least among his merits is the sedulousness he exhibited in the collection of evidence.
Translating hints into statements and guessing at reservations, I would say that the French fall very short of admiration of the way in which our higher officers set about their work, they are disagreeably impressed by a general want of sedulousness and close method in our leading.
After her marriage, Ann Gilbert gave herself with all the sedulousness of her nature to the occupations of that more contracted sphere, in which she yet recognised a true moral greatness; striving therein, as far as in her lay, to live a life of "duty, praise and prayer."
They are considerations which can scarcely be shut out, and should be taken in determining the weight of our obligation, in shaping the selection of our duties, in stimulating the zeal and sedulousness with which we do what we know to be right.
There are three points which distinctly come out in various places in the Gospels as His motives for such unresting sedulousness and continuance of toil.
Socrates, our philosopher began to cultivate with sedulousness the society of youth.
Sir Christopher for half a century has supported in the senate, with equal sedulousness and silence, the constitution and the corn laws; he is perfectly aware of "the present perilous state of the country," and watches with great interest all "the plans and plots" of this enlightened age.
The sweet sedulousness of a mother's love, a sister's mystical affection, had not cultivated his early susceptibility.
Discerning where change is leading is difficult, though, not least because of the sedulousness with which all the players-and particularly the U.S.-and endeavoring to hide some new strategic thinking and plans.