Word – Assiduous
Assiduous – Word of the Day
[adj] : showing great care and perseverance; attentive, devoted.
History dates back to the early 15th century. Debated of Latin origin.
From Latin assiduus.
In the 18th century the meaning of the word seems to have been contaminated.
1. Adverb examples – assiduously:
1. The nurse gave the medicines assiduously.
2. The policeman regulated the traffic assiduously.
3. The student jotted the notes assiduously.
4. The mother fed the kids, assiduously.
5. John attended the client meetings assiduously.
6. The maid cleaned the house assiduously.
7. The UN council wanted the government to deliver the food packets assiduously.
2. Adjective examples – assiduous:
1. The nurse was assiduous in giving the medicines to the patients.
2. The policeman was assiduous in clearing the traffic.
3. The student was assiduous in taking notes.
4. The mother was assiduous in feeding the kids.
5. John was assiduous in attending client meetings.
6. The maid was assiduous in cleaning the house.
7. The UN council wanted the government to be assiduous in delivering the food packets.
3. Noun examples – assiduousness:
1. The doctor noted the nurse’s assiduousness in giving the medicines.
2. The policeman’s assiduousness in clearing the traffic, helped the people.
3. The student’s assiduousness in taking notes astonished the teacher.
4. The kids were happy because of their mother’s assiduousness in feeding them.
5. John’s assiduousness in attending client meetings was appreciated by his boss.
6. The house was spic and span becuase of the maid’s assiduousness.
7. The UN council demanded assiduousness from the government.