from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Marked by or showing determination; resolute: was engaged in a protracted struggle with a determined enemy.
- adj. Decided or resolved.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Decided; resolute, possessing much determination.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of determine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Decided; resolute.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Limited; restricted; confined within bounds; circumscribed.
- Definite; determinate; precisely marked.
- Characterized by or showing determination or fixed purpose; resolute: as, a determined man; a determined countenance; a determined effort.
- Unfaltering; unflinching; unwavering.
- Synonyms and Firm, inflexible, stanch, steadfast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. determined or decided upon as by an authority
- adj. characterized by great determination
- adj. strongly motivated to succeed
- adj. devoting full strength and concentrated attention to
- adj. having been learned or found or determined especially by investigation
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"Elsie!" said he, in a tone a little less severe, but quite as determined, "I see that you think that because you gained your point in relation to that song that you will always be allowed to do as you like in such matters; but you are mistaken; I am _determined_ to be obeyed this time.
"Young George was of so unsettled a disposition," says Smith, "that his father, being fully aware of his extraordinary talents, was determined to force him to get his own living, and gave him a guinea, with something like the following observation: 'I am _determined_ to encourage your idleness no longer; there -- take that guinea, and apply to your art and support yourself.'
It scared me, how good he was, his movements sure and efficient, his expression determined and free of doubt.
Tariq turned to Maritza next, his expression determined but washed of malice.
After a few months, dependent on the term determined upon in the marriage contract, the young husband returns to his father-in-law's house, to whose family he is now considered to belong, and takes up his permanent residence there.
François Hollande's voice was deliberately grave, his expression determined, as though he were turning the page on the unfocussed nature of the post-primary period, the glitches and the vagueness that put the brakes on a soaring take-off.
FranÃ§ois Hollande's voice was deliberately grave, his expression determined, as though he were turning the page on the unfocussed nature of the post-primary period, the glitches and the vagueness that put the brakes on a soaring take-off.
And yet Clapperton had come up this term determined to lay himself out for his side, and be the most popular prefect in Fellsgarth!
Alli dives into the new term determined to put her boiler room "bad girl" past behind her.
Two of the PTA Presidents elected among themselves from time to time for a term determined by them; one of whom must be capable of expressing themselves in French, and the other of expressing themselves in the English language