The word of the day is ‘assiduous’.
The word is an adjective, i.e., it adds more information about the noun or sentence.
No, the word is an adjective. Therefore, it does not have a past form.
2. Showing great care and perseverance
3. Diligent behavior
1. Given these things, the rest is merely a question of long and assiduous practice.
2. She was as pleasant as her husband, and I paid her an assiduous court.
3. Here, as there, her life was spent in assiduous work from sunrise to sunset.
4. Given these things, the rest is merely a question of long and assiduous practice.
5. Here they made a great change for the better by their assiduous industry.
Some synonyms of today’s word are:
diligent, exacting, indefatigable, laborious, scrupulous, zealous, active, attentive, busy, constant, eager beaver, grinding, industrious, persevering, plugging, sedulous, steady, studious, unflagging, untiring, whiz, careful, meticulous, thorough, sedulous, conscientious, ultra, careful, punctilious, painstaking, demanding, exacting, persevering, unflagging, searching, close, elaborate, minute, accurate, correct, studious, rigorous, particular, religious, strict, pedantic, fussy, etc.
Some antonyms of this word of the day are: indifferent, lazy, lethargic, negligent, neglectful, etc.
Since the birth of modern Orthodox Judaism in 19th-century Germany, a central goal of the movement has been to normalize the observance of traditional Jewish law – to make it possible to follow all 613 biblical commandments assiduously while still participating in the reality of the modern world.Noah Feldman
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