The correct answer is persistent solicitation.
D. persistent solicitation
The correct answer is (D) persistent solicitation; persistent request or demand, particularly in an annoying fashion; demanding or begging with urgency.
Importunity comes from Latin importunitas (annoying insistence).
Examples of use:
- A can of aerosol spray protected him against the importunity of mosquitoes.
- The importunity of his wife was too great for Mr. Paulson to withstand.