Nothing like a former Communist country to show how to handle a problem—they have a long ignoble history of decisiveness.
He must be a symbol of decisiveness, wisdom, and compassion.
Indeed, the public—and not just through the mainstream media—were voicing a hunger for decisiveness.
He avoids long words and complicated phrases even when well educated and speaks with directness and decisiveness.
"You must leave her," she urged, with a new touch of decisiveness.
"Facts is that the whole thing is completely gooly-washed up," stated Mr. Orne, with an oracle's decisiveness.
There was a decisiveness about the Major's tones not to be misunderstood.
His thoughts had at times great energy and decisiveness in this direction.
My firmness and decisiveness have made Marie reveal the pale ocean of her eyes.
How strange is this matter of the glamour, and its decisiveness in awakening love by its presence, or leaving it cold by absence!