Obstinately refusing to give up or let go. (adjective)
Insistently repetitive. (adjective)
Indefinitely continuous. (adjective)
Lasting past maturity without falling off. (adjective)
About some data or data structures: existing after the execution of the program. Remaining in existence past the lifetime of the program that creates it. (adjective)
Describing a fractal process that has a positive Brown function (adjective)
Examples of word persistent
The classification - intermittent or persistent - leads us to the proper management and treatment of asthma The basics: intermittent asthma = bronchodilators as needed persistent asthma = daily anti - inflammatory + bronchodilators as needed
Ms. Massie called the city's 10-year time frame "laughable" because it is too slow to fix what she described as a persistent public-health threat.
Williams' wife and family will also appear to discuss what they call his persistent drinking and a Monday disturbance at a Los Angeles hotel where police briefly detained Williams and his daughter after a heated argument.
In a speech yesterday, Alito voiced frustration over what he called persistent questions about the court's Roman Catholic majority saying that the issue has been settled long ago, thanks to the constitution's guarantee of religious freedom.
North Korea vowing this morning to bolster its nuclear arsenal, responding to what it calls persistent hostile policy from Washington.