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How to use diligent in a sentence

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He knows that nailing cops is a rough task for even the most diligent prosecutor.
In no way do I want to neglect being diligent, no matter who may take me for uncourtly.
These were quiet, diligent players, respected as much by their colleagues for their humility as their ability.
A kid with a real gun was more diligent at cleaning than most folks, so it never got pitted but the bluing was sure rubbed away.
Those duties were imposed to ensure that a mortgagee is diligent in discharging his mortgage and returning the property to the mortgagor.
Centuries of the most diligent sifting have not produced a play or any part of a play in his own hand.
If I am diligent I can get an extra few weeks out of the delphiniums, foxgloves and monkshood by removing the spent blooms.
Be honest and diligent girls, tender and modest wives, wise mothers, and you will be good patriots.
Our diligent investigations reveal serious alteration to the terms of the document.
The Scottish Tories have been very diligent sextons in the graveyard of their political hopes.
And if you haven't been diligent with your workouts, you can still get trouble areas toned up in time to enjoy the warm weather.
He was a shy and delicate child and always lacked stamina but was exceptionally diligent and serious-minded.
With careful planning and diligent payments, even the worst rating can achieve absolution.
Eventually we will know these things, but we must be diligent, thorough, persistent and patient.
He was a diligent preparation type of coach who really was a master of the practice.
It had taken its eye off the situation and its conduct was not as diligent and zealous as it should have been.
He recognized early on that employees will be diligent at their jobs if they are treated well.
It will take time but diligent work and attention to detail will produce results over the next few years.
My eldest daughter is extremely diligent and settles down to her homework the minute we get home, but the little one is not so studious.
So you'll have to be quite diligent when searching for a key, or certain item that you need to proceed.
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Examples from Classical Literature
This elocutionary power was not gained without much care and diligent labor.
For the redoubtable tonish, who whilom figured so bravely on the prairies and in print, I made diligent inquiry.
Shortly after this toller disappeared and, though the search was diligent, he could not be found.
He enhanced the endowment by diligent study in the high school at Prato, in Tuscany, where he spent his boyhood.
This jeu d'esprit has never been found, notwithstanding the most diligent inquiry.
Forty years ago I thought that I had the makings of a numismatist in me, and was for a time diligent in collecting coins.
These works show the diligent zeal with which stainer laboured in his studies of the Italian masters.
He was pretty diligent at school, but his studies there were not of the severer kind.
Julius Csar was noe less diligent to eternize his name be the pen then be the suord.
Of this he had inherited a liberal portion, and this by diligent cultivation had been added to manyfold.
Thus shall I be diligent to serve your Wisdoms in all humility.
Of what is know as Elizabethean literature he has been a diligent student.
The really diligent student in one of the crowded hives of Cambridge College is as solitary as a dervish in the desert.
Farewell, most eloquent More, and be diligent in defending your moria.
The frog is a diligent songster, having a good voice but no ear.
Never master had a page so kind, so duteous, diligent, true.
An inquiry was set on foot, and after diligent investigation they came upon his traces.
In his academical studies he was either not diligent or not happy.
While the diligent woodsmen were employed in this manner, Cora and Alice partook of that refreshment which duty required much more than inclination prompted them to accept.
After all which, the tutors, or servants, ought to make diligent inquiry.
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