Definition of Perseverated

1. Verb. (past of perseverate) ¹



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Definition of Perseverated

1. perseverate [v] - See also: perseverate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perseverated

persecutrices
persecutrix
perseid
perseity
perself
perservere
perses
perseus
persever
perseverance
perseverance of the saints
perseverances
perseverant
perseverantly
perseverate
perseverated (current term)
perseverates
perseverating
perseveration
perseverations
perseverative
perseveratively
perseveraunce
perseveraunt
persevere
persevered
perseverent
perseveres
persevering
perseveringly

Literary usage of Perseverated

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"The perseverated word may be an arbitrarily chosen word used on every occasion when it ... In determining complexes in this case perseverated words were the ..."

2. The British Journal of Psychology by British Psychological Society (1913)
"... and the attitude necessarily adopted in the case of the early figures seems to have perseverated to a considerable extent in the observations made with ..."

3. The Elements of Practical Psycho-analysis by Paul Bousfield (1922)
"This is usually the case with these so-called ' perseverated' words ; they always denote something of importance in the individual psychology of the test ..."

4. Movement and Mental Imagery: Outlines of a Motor Theory of the Complexer by Margaret Floy Washburn (1916)
"A stanza from Tennyson's poem was inscribed on the frame, and the last line, "And starlike mingled with the stars," ran in my mind, 'perseverated,' for ..."

5. Collected papers on analytical psychology by Carl Gustav Jung, Constance Ellen Long (1917)
"This is usually the case with the perseverated words ; they always contain something of importance for the individual psychology of the test-person. ..."

6. Benign Stupors: A Study of a New Manic-depressive Reaction Type by August Hoch (1921)
"Negativism is a state, he says, of perseverated muscular tension. [This would apply only to muscular rigidity.] So far as it "Whitwell: "A Study of the ..."

7. Memoirs of the Life of Vice-Admiral, Lord Viscount Nelson, K. B., Duke of by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew (1849)
"... confines between the Cisalpine and Roman states, agrees with the general and perseverated manner of betraying everywhere as their interest directs them. ..."

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