remain firm

  1. hold one's ground; maintain a position; be steadfast or upright
    I am standing my ground and won't give in!
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How To Use remain firm In A Sentence

  • We all remain firmly in the grip of influential, tasteless oafs.
  • The key to haggling is to smile and be friendly, remain firm but not stern and if you can, learn a few Turkish phrases to help you along the way. EzineArticles
  • Make sure all the wires remain firmly attached.
  • But most of the shutters on the numerous holiday apartments dotted around the village remain firmly closed. The Sun
  • He established a set of rules, forbidding resort to violence, the molestation of "blacklegs," and the taking of alms, and requiring the strikers to remain firm no matter how long the strike took -- rules not too different from those that would be used in a strike by an occidental labor union. [ Introduction to Non-Violence
  • To be useful, aerogels must remain firm in different environments - a hurdle that most such materials have not cleared.
  • Cotton prices remain firm and demand is strong.
  • And while they've had a hiccup or two along the way, the fact is that they remain firmly on course to lift the title.
  • Cotton prices remain firm and demand is strong.
  • In the wake of the Cold War, U.S. policymakers remain firmly committed to this goal.
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