1 At all events, within an hour's time they issued, arm in arm, and in profound silence, yet remaining markedly assiduous to one another, and ever ready to help one another around an awkward corner.
2 Dohkturov, a little man, sat opposite Weyrother, with an assiduous and modest mien, and stooping over the outspread map conscientiously studied the dispositions and the unfamiliar locality.
3 de Morcerf is one of the most assiduous peers at the Luxembourg, a general renowned for theory, but a most mediocre amateur of art.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 41. The Presentation.
4 Mary would sit and watch me by the hour together: then she would take lessons; and a docile, intelligent, assiduous pupil she made.
5 She was more softened, more gentle; and, though equally assiduous in every duty, it was with a chastened and quiet air, as one who communed with her own heart not in vain.
6 But it was to the mortification of touch he brought the most assiduous ingenuity of inventiveness.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James JoyceContext Highlight In Chapter 4
7 Had the unhappy man on whom she lavished her assiduities been previously acquainted with her, so sudden an alteration might well have excited suspicion in his mind, or at least have greatly astonished him.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 45. The Rain of Blood.
8 To this end she assiduously showed herself at the restaurants they frequented, where, attended by the troubled Gerty, she lunched luxuriously, as she said, on her expectations.
9 Mrs. Hatch's MILIEU was one which he had once assiduously frequented, and now as devoutly shunned.
10 Mrs. Cutter painted china so assiduously that even her wash-bowls and pitchers, and her husband's shaving-mug, were covered with violets and lilies.
11 Eva stole away; but after that, she assiduously gave Mammy reading lessons.
12 And Mrs Bolton, always ready, had begun at once, and practised assiduously.
13 I am assiduously, admirably looked after by Mrs Bolton.
14 While Sir Walter and Elizabeth were assiduously pushing their good fortune in Laura Place, Anne was renewing an acquaintance of a very different description.
15 Her sufferings were physical as well as mental, for over one eye rose a hideous, plum-coloured swelling, which her maid, a tall, austere woman, was bathing assiduously with vinegar and water.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In XII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE ABBEY GRANGE