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adamantly

[ ad-uh-muhnt-lee -mant- ]
/ ˈæd ə mənt li -ˌmænt- /
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adverb
with an utterly unyielding attitude, in spite of all appeals, urgings, challenges, etc.:The plaintiff and her mother were adamantly opposed to participation in family court proceedings and repeatedly expressed this sentiment to state officials.
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