This isn't persistent vegetative state.
Her persistent character always impressed me.
A persistent cough
After a streak of bad luck, a persistent gambler will be forced to play for high stakes.
Mark is hard-working and persistent; I’m sure he’ll solve the problem.
The persistent recession has surprised the analysts.
She is a persistent offender and has been arrested five times this year for shoplifting.
Her persistent character always impressed me. The definition of persistent is someone or something that is stubborn or keeps on going.
He was very determined, in other words, he was persistent.
The person may have persistent, vice-like chest pain, which may spread to their arms, neck, jaw, back or stomach.
There have been persistent rumours that the principal might take early retirement.
Although she told him she knew nothing, he was very persistent. His persistent refusal to pay eventually led to a prison sentence.
You must be more persistent, don’t let him leave until he has given you a straight answer.
The customer wasmost persistent and refused to speak to anyone but the manager
Optimism abiut our own personal future remains persistent