adj.marked by care and persistent effort
○ her assiduous attempts to learn French
○ assiduous research
○ sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles
He was as ever assiduous and gallant
He died after three weeks' illness, during which Mrs. Penniman, As well as his daughter, had been assiduous at his bedside
BE assiduous in one's duties
It means, I believe, years of assiduous study and hard work on your part. And it is an achievement you can be well proud of. My BEST wishes to you!
He is assiduous over His visitor.
His brother is assiduous in the study of relativity
He runs around only with those who are assiduous In their studies.
He was assiduous In performance of duty.
Then She would take lessons; and a docile, intelligent, assiduous pupil She made
In Short, they are assiduous in studying what tactics to use against us and "spying out the land" in order to attain their end