adamantly

[ UK /ˈædəməntli/ ]
[ US /ˈædəməntɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. inflexibly; unshakably
    adamantly opposed to the marriage
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How To Use adamantly In A Sentence

  • adamantly opposed to the marriage
  • Public - sector unions , not surprisingly, are adamantly opposed to most privatization.
  • Despite anguished pleas of extenuating circumstances by the desperate father, the school system has so far adamantly insisted that automatic punishments for weapon possession in school are inviolate.
  • The Pennsylvania delegates are adamantly opposed to pension cuts.
  • He'd been her unwanted and reluctant protector for years; some stubborn part of her adamantly refused to rescript his role. THE PERFECT LOVER
  • His family were adamantly opposed to the marriage.
  • Jessica even started to argue with the people who so adamantly disliked my slideshow.
  • The voucher proposal has been adamantly opposed by teachers unions as a scheme that would weaken public schools.
  • Yet the Chinese Embassy in Canberra adamantly denies any harassment of followers of the sect in Australia.
  • He kept on trying to coax her to walk into the water, but she adamantly shook her head.
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