[ UK /ɹˈɛzəlˌuːtli/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛsəˌɫutɫi, ˈɹɛzəˌɫutɫi/ ]
  1. with firmness
    `I will come along,' she said decisively
  2. showing firm determination or purpose
    she resolutely refused to look at him or speak to him
    he entered the building resolutely
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How To Use resolutely In A Sentence

  • Representing France, Jean-Marc Bustamante conjures a ‘Pavilion of the Amazons,’ which centers on four large color photographs of solitary, unsmiling young women standing in resolutely unpicturesque landscapes.
  • They have to turn aside resolutely from the beaten track. For Whom The Big City Tolls
  • Hai!” switching the camel, and fruitlessly endeavouring to fustigate Mas’ud’s nephew, who resolutely slept upon the water-bags. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • The story is set resolutely in the present.
  • What's most distinctive about this mordant comedy of manners is the resolutely awkward cinematography. Times, Sunday Times
  • To do pioneering work, he or resolutely abdication, preparation is barehanded make the world.
  • He is a resolutely loutish, wantonly violent thug.
  • He resolutely hacked off the cable and the sail slipped down.
  • His resolutely secular wife, Asma, fits photogenically into the picture of a modern republican dynasty and works to promote civil society organisations. Syria is yet to play its cards
  • But Stoiber is resolutely on the same side as the Chancellor on the Kirch issue - even though they will be rivals for the chancellorship later this year.
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