inveteracy


in·vet·er·a·cy

noun \in-ˈve-t(ə-)rə-sē\

Definition of INVETERACY

:  the quality or state of being obstinate or persistent :  tenacity

Origin of INVETERACY

inveterate + -cy
First Known Use: circa 1719

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