Origin of adamant
SYNONYMS FOR adamant
Related formsad·a·man·cy [ad-uh-muhn-see] /ˈæd ə mən si/, ad·a·mance, nounad·a·mant·ly, adverbun·ad·a·mant, adjective
Examples from the Web for adamantly
To this day, Bush media maven Roger Ailes adamantly denies that he or the campaign had any role in the Willie Horton mug shot ad.
BYU adamantly denied that his dismissal had anything to do with his sexuality.
Hamas grabbed a bucket of popcorn and watched with glee while Israel adamantly denied any involvement in Arafat's untimely death.Radioactive Revelations Raise the Question: Who Killed Arafat?|Maysoon Zayid|November 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
An environmentalist group wants hurricanes and storm systems named after politicians who adamantly deny global warming exists.Hurricane Marco Rubio: Name the Storms After Those Who Deny Global Warming Exists|Miranda Green|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Both women now adamantly believe the negotiations will falter and their sons will serve out the rest of their terms.Palestinian Prisoners Are Released And No One Cares|Maysoon Zayid|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He there recorded a 1593 Doctrina, but adamantly refused to accept it on the hearsay evidence of others.Doctrina Christiana|Anonymous
This is a brutish Malthusianism which must be adamantly countered.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley