Well, I shall now offer a balanced view based on the facts before me: I find your attempts quite perspicacious and pertinacious , and wish you well accordingly.
He was a pertinacious controversialist, but in any personal discussion his humorous twinkle was disarming.
He knew she was only so pertinacious out of her love for him.
His enquiries were pertinacious .
In both instances, it's a good advertisement for pertinacity .
The Spanish Scholastics remain profoundly admired by Catholics as the great intellects they were - unthinkable if they had pertinaciously taught perverse error.
I want no greater proof of the corruption of human nature than the pertinacity with which we seek happiness where happiness cannot be found.
The gravity which Albert applied to court life in the south was applied with equal pertinacity to the serious business of recreation in the north.
If, in the face of these facts, somebody still insists that the boundaries of the Sikh religion are blurred, it is sheer pertinacity .
I remember that for years I pertinaciously read comic strips, unable to see what Americans saw in them.