Inveterately in a sentence

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Definition of Inveterately

  • In an inveterate manner or degree.

How to use inveterately in a sentence. Inveterately pronunciation.

Is the author inveterately dull?
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I knew what I was about, for I was aware of a little weakness of his, and of a little private sinning of which he was regularly and inveterately guilty.
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To most any return to their native country is completely barred, and they do not therefore nurse the hope, so inveterately cherished by the Italians, for instance, that they may some day be able to go back.
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Ripton, with Adrian's eyes inveterately fixed on him, stammered an affirmative.
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Had these four princes been less profoundly ignorant, had they been less inveterately treacherous, they would have cost us the only dreadful struggle which in India we have stood.
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For him, inveterately he strains to see, And sight of his obtuseness is the key Among those folds.
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In the second place, my brother-in-law's face was so inveterately and completely ugly as to set every artifice of pictorial improvement at flat defiance.
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No: my hands were too white, my manners too inveterately gentleman-like, for all artisan disguise.
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You are an inveterately bad girl, and a false sister, and I have done with you.
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In this case, I was driven to reflect deeply and inveterately on that hard law of life, which lies at the root of religion and is one of the most plentiful springs of distress.
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It is all in vain-they are inveterately obstinate.-Distance 39 miles.
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She was a kind-hearted, charitable woman, however; but so inveterately conscious of her station in life, that it became, in her opinion, a matter of duty to exhibit a refinement and elevation of language suitable to a matron who could drive every Sunday to Mass on her own jaunting car.
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I mean that in which the language becomes thick; the eye knowing but vacant; the face impudent but relaxed; the limbs tottering, and the voice inveterately disposed to melody.
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After a glass of punch had gone round, she waxed inveterately eloquent, indeed, so much so that the mourner, the colleen dhas dhun, herself was more than once forced to smile, and in some instances fairly to laugh at the odd grotesque spirit of her descriptions.
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There was nothing in the experience germane to his proper life; it could not become a part of him, and therefore its posture towards him remained inveterately objective.
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In this case I was driven to reflect deeply and inveterately on that hard law of life, which lies at the root of religion and is one of the most plentiful springs of distress.
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Examples of Inveterately

Example #1
No literary morsel is more delicious.
Example #2
It is a kind of preparatory information, which may be very useful.
Example #3
After that, at the first casual opportunity, I presented Bellona to John Claverhouse.
Example #4
She was a bright animal, and took to the game with such eagerness that I was soon content.
Example #5
When the Russian Jewish girl first hears of a trade union, she has usually been some years in one of our cities, working in a factory or a sweatshop, let us say as a garment-worker.
Example #6
Many thousands of them have witnessed their dearest tortured, outraged and killed with the narrowest possible escape from some similar fate themselves.