Adjective(1) quietly and steadily persevering especially in detail or exactness, or patient, or patient(2) characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks
(1) So you'll have to be quite diligent when searching for a key, or certain item that you need to proceed.(2) This not only lets buyers see what has been done to the car and when, but it will also reassure them that you have been a diligent , careful owner.(3) With careful planning and diligent payments, even the worst rating can achieve absolution.(4) I wish we could always be this diligent and active when it comes to what our governments are doing.(5) The late Matt was a diligent and industrious farmer and is the last of his family.(6) Examinations are an important part of the education system and must be done in a diligent and thorough manner.(7) On behalf of the Minister I want to thank members of the committees for their diligent work on this bill.(8) Praise must go to all students for their hard work and diligent exam preparation.(9) Acting is a craft, you have to be diligent and hard-working and learn your craft, but it's also about talent.(10) He is prone to injury, not particularly fast, and his defence is less than diligent .(11) I'm looking forward to a period of time when I can be a little more diligent in that area.(12) She is a diligent and committed officer, who goes far beyond the call of duty as treasurer.(13) The more important the document, the more diligent must be the search.(14) During general business, ethical investors were diligent in their questioning.(15) So, much as I relish the phrase, I don't think I really qualify as a particularly diligent diarist.(16) I have had the pleasure of working with the most helpful, diligent , hardworking people.