Applying constant and enduring effort to a task or course of action; in a sedulous manner. (adverb)
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Use "sedulously" in a sentence
"Whilst it is most important that nothing should be done to give colour to the idea sedulously promoted by the Hindu politician that Government intend to favour, or, as he generally puts it, to "pamper," the"
"'eagerly,' 'sedulously'; cf. use of the word for [Greek: spoudaiôs], St. Luke vii."
"Such should be sedulously cherished, and it were well to depute this to their men-folk, the nearer of kin the better."