OTHER WORDS FOR adamant
Origin of adamant
OTHER WORDS FROM adamantad·a·man·cy [ad-uh-muhn-see], /ˈæd ə mən si/, ad·a·mance, nounad·a·mant·ly, adverbun·ad·a·mant, adjective
How to use adamant in a sentence
Theismann is adamant the team must conserve its draft capital because the offense has other positional needs, and he said he would be hesitant to trade for someone he’s not sure is better than what the team already has, including Darnold.Should Washington draft a quarterback? Make a trade? Stand pat? Five experts weigh in.|Sam Fortier, Nicki Jhabvala|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
In the interview with Right Side, though, Lindell was adamant that his business would see more benefit than harm.MyPillow CEO says Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Wayfair are dropping his products|Taylor Telford|January 19, 2021|Washington Post
Some people are adamant that an SEO project is a one-time thing and they can work on their own after.
Laborín Valdez said Mexico is adamant that the Tijuana River water is theirs and reusable but there’s simply no concrete path to do so.Who Owns the Tijuana River – and Who Needs Its Water Most|MacKenzie Elmer and Vicente Calderón|January 11, 2021|Voice of San Diego