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- adv. in a definitive manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a definitive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Determinately; positively; expressly.
- Finally; conclusively: as, the points between the parties are definitively settled.
- So as to have or exist in a definitive location (which see, under definitive).
If he wanted to win definitively he would have cooperated with the DNC and Hillary Clinton to come up with a way to count the votes in Florida and Michigan.
The marketing most definitively is not very good and the movie seems to be on the same page. joshi38
Church of Persia cut itself off definitively from the Greek Churches.
I was safe out of his power, and my reputation unsullied, when he made this prayer; I returned, and five months after this letter we were again definitively parted.
Tanner said he still did not know if the phone call definitively implicated a fourth person in the incident.
To get this definitively from the quote, you have to put a lot of words into people’s mouths.
But to rule out the idea definitively would prejudice the options of future Iraqi governments and American administrations.
Robert Fiske's piece that started this, if you read it closely we don't know definitively, which is not a knock on Fiske necessarily because such a thing is hard to prove, if true. a massive firm with 600 attorneys spread across nine locations.
I can't say definitively, which is sad, because not only am I going to miss doing them, but also working with John.
"It may be that this month represents the bottom but there is no economic anchor to allow us to make that call definitively," said Ford economist Emily Kolinksi Morris.