Definition of tenacity
The definition of tenacity is stubborn, persistent and not easy to give up. An example of a stubborn person is someone who won’t even listen to the other side of the story in a debate. adjective.
/ (ˈdɒɡɪŋ) / See synonyms for dogging at Thesaurus.com. Noun. British slang the practice of engaging in or observing sexual activity in semi-remote places such as parks or car parks, often arranged via email or text message.
1. Verb to judge or criticize someone for something.
informal US. to spy on someone, to spy on someone (mainly in African American parlance) to criticize, insult or treat someone harshly. ‘he tricked me and called me mama’s boy’
2. Slang By extension, verbally abuse someone; badmouth someone. A noun or pronoun can be used between “dog” and “out”. She came out of the house and started stalking her husband in front of the whole neighborhood. He makes a living following people on his radio show. See also: Dog, get out.
Insistent is the adverbial form of the adjective insistent. In the 14th century both words meant the negative qualities of a dog or mean and cruel. By the late 17th century both had evolved into meanings of perseverance and determination.
noun. a friend. Also buddy. What’s up, dog? He’s my dog.
You’d think she’d be looking away hoping for some privacy, but instead she’s looking at you. This is because when your dog is in this position of pooping, he is vulnerable and he expects you to protect him. “Your dog is instinctively aware of its defenselessness.
Just as humans stare into the eyes of someone they love, dogs stare at their owners to show affection. In fact, staring at each other between humans and dogs releases oxytocin, which is known as the love hormone. This chemical plays an important role in bonding and increases feelings of love and trust.
Some common synonyms for stubborn are stubborn, obstinate, stubborn, and stubborn. While all of these words mean “firm and unyielding in course or goal,” stubborn suggests an admirable, often tenacious and unwavering persistence. followed the story with dogged persistence.
“Having dog traits” (usually in a negative sense, “mean, grumpy, scornful”), c. 1300, from the dog (n.). The meaning “persistent, silently obstinate” dates from 1779. Hence obstinate (late 14th c.), “cruel, malicious”; later “with the tenacity of a dog” (1773).