- adj. 再三要求的，糾纏不休的；無理的；堅持的；令人煩惱的
1."They mostly do," said the clergyman, griping hard at his breast, as if afflicted with an importunate throb of pain.
2.From that time he was the most humble, modest, and importunate man alive in his courtship.
3.During this interval she had become a less vivid and importunate image, receding from his foreground as May Welland resumed her rightful place in it.
4.Bertha was astonished that he should wish to see her, and a little annoyed, for now of all times his presence would be importunate.
5.What so I should say is bold importunate goes doing content.
6.He had been somewhat languidly drifting with events for the last fortnight, and letting May's fair looks and radiant nature obliterate the rather importunate pressure of the Mingott claims.