- demand something forcefully, not accepting refusal；demand forcefully to have something
verb: insist, 3rd person present: insists, gerund or present participle: insisting, past tense: insisted, past participle: insisted
- 1. demand something forcefully, not accepting refusal:
she insisted on carrying her own bag
I'll call him and cancel it, if you insist
- 2. demand forcefully to have something:
he insisted on answers to his allegations
- 3. persist in doing something even though it is annoying or odd:
the heavy studded boots she insisted on wearing
- 4. maintain or put forward a statement positively and assertively:
the chairman insisted that all was not doom and gloom
“I really am all right now,” Isabel insisted
- v.demand something forcefully, not accepting refusal:
- she insisted on carrying her own bag
he insisted that she came
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