Tenaciousness



adjective
1.
holding fast; characterized by keeping a firm hold (often followed by of):
a tenacious grip on my arm; tenacious of old habits.
2.
highly retentive:
a tenacious memory.
3.
pertinacious, persistent, stubborn, or obstinate.
4.
adhesive or sticky; viscous or glutinous.
5.
holding together; cohesive; not easily pulled asunder; tough.
adjective
1.
holding or grasping firmly; forceful: a tenacious grip
2.
retentive: a tenacious memory
3.
stubborn or persistent: a tenacious character
4.
holding together firmly; tough or cohesive: tenacious cement
5.
tending to stick or adhere: tenacious mud

tenacious te·na·cious (tə-nā’shəs)
adj.

Clinging to another object or surface; adhesive.

Holding together firmly; cohesive.

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