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- adv. In a resolute manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a resolute manner; with fixed purpose; boldly; firmly; steadily; with perseverance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a resolute manner; with fixed purpose; firmly; steadily; with steady perseverance; boldly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. showing firm determination or purpose
- adv. with firmness
The discussion really wasn't so much about "ethics" as it was about insuring that most of the assumptions motivating mainstream book reviewing remain resolutely unexamined.
If one is at war, it is vital to the successful prosecution of that war that those fighting it and the nation as a whole remain resolutely behind the conflict.
But Safin resolutely stood his ground time after time, waiting for his chances.
But Williams dug in resolutely, as she has throughout her winning streak, and broke Davenport back to begin a run of six straight games.
A tall American walked in resolutely and shook a fistful of chits in the barman's face.
They have to turn aside resolutely from the beaten track.
She took it out again resolutely, and read it with some difficulty.
If you’re a licence fee payer but find yourself abroad for any reason then you can’t watch BBC content on the iPlayer, while videos from the successful Hulu service remain resolutely US only.
It would be a cliché to say that New York’s best art is on the streets; besides, subway cars remain resolutely silver these days.
The duo returned to the University of Maryland's Clarice Smith Center on Friday night, adding violinist Philip Setzer, for what could arguably be called a resolutely old-fashioned concert experience.