Definition of 'importunate'
Example sentences containing 'importunate'
PASSION IN THE PEAK (2002)
She had a mental picture of Hector and her mother each arriving on her doorstep, the one importunate, the other irate.A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE (2002) THE EXECUTION (2002)
`"Your Reverence is not importunate, Your Reverence cannot be importunate.AN INVINCIBLE MEMORY (2002)
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