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*1. a. The [[fact]], [[process]], condition, or [[quality]] of persevering; constant persistence in a course of [[action]] or [[purpose]]; steadfast pursuit of an aim, esp. in the face of difficulty or obstacles; assiduity.
 
*1. a. The [[fact]], [[process]], condition, or [[quality]] of persevering; constant persistence in a course of [[action]] or [[purpose]]; steadfast pursuit of an aim, esp. in the face of difficulty or obstacles; assiduity.
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*3. Constancy, fidelity, esp. in [[love]]. Also personified. Obs.
 
*3. Constancy, fidelity, esp. in [[love]]. Also personified. Obs.
  
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<center>For lessons on the [[topic]] of '''''Perseverance''''', follow [http://nordan.daynal.org/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Perseverance this link].</center>
 
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[[Category: General Reference]]

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  • 1. a. The fact, process, condition, or quality of persevering; constant persistence in a course of action or purpose; steadfast pursuit of an aim, esp. in the face of difficulty or obstacles; assiduity.
b. Of a person: continued or prolonged life. good perseverance: long life. Obs.
c. Of a thing: the quality or state of enduring; continuation; long-lastingness. Also (quot. a1500): stability.
d. Preservation, keeping. Obs. rare.
  • 2. The action or fact of continuing or remaining in a state of grace, virtue, or religious fidelity; (Theol.) continuance in a state of grace until death. In early use freq. in blessings.
  • 3. Constancy, fidelity, esp. in love. Also personified. Obs.



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