Doggedly [adverb]

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They set productivity goals for quarantine that go beyond doggedly drinking their way through their liquor cabinet.

This year, living cells were found in another of the least hospitable environments on Earth, showing how doggedly life can hang on.

Over 400 pages, she doggedly tracks down primary sources and digs for decades-old documents.

“You'll go up them 'ere stairs, young 'oman; you'll not put a foot in the kitchen to-night,” he says more doggedly.

He went down the first canyon that opened in that direction, ploughing doggedly ahead into the unknown.

All except Betty, who kept on desperately, doggedly, her muscles barely able to respond to the last call she was making upon them.

Sure, he had wanted to reach the stars, had fought doggedly to come to the very spot where he now was.

He persisted doggedly, and did his best like a man, but in his secret heart not one grain of hope was left.

French Zouaves, acting as reinforcements, held their ground doggedly in front of St. Eloi.

"Report is a common liar; I would not believe anything till I saw it in black and white," said Meadows, doggedly.