Examples from the Web for decidedly
That is decidedly not to say that politics and economics are irrelevant.
One green-eyed man, nicknamed “Cai the Roman,” became an instant celebrity due to his decidedly Roman physical characteristics.
But for Carter, this is a capstone to a career spent in the decidedly unsexy corridors of Pentagon power.Ashton Carter, the Wonk Who Would Lead the Pentagon|Shane Harris, Tim Mak|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It can be bad enough to have your clothes described in the decidedly unsexy way as “plus-size.”
Outside the United States and Western Europe, however, the picture is decidedly mixed.It Gets Better—but Mostly if You Live in a Rich, Democratic Country|Jay Michaelson|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The hot-water-drinking regimen in itself has a decidedly beneficial effect upon the stomach and intestines.Vitality Supreme|Bernarr Macfadden
However, I have observed luminous phenomena which were decidedly objective.Metapsychical Phenomena|J. Maxwell
I wont be at home to-morrow, she said decidedly, and if I were conscious of wounds Id keep at a good distance from you, Camelia.The Confounding of Camelia|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
The water in this channel was of a clear green colour, and decidedly salt.
The shape of the individual sporangium is quite uniformly clavate or obovate, decidedly truncate above.The North American Slime-Moulds|Thomas H. (Thomas Huston) MacBride
British Dictionary definitions for decidedly
Word Origin and History for decidedly
"resolute," 1790, past participle adjective from decide. A decided victory is one whose reality is not in doubt; a decisive one goes far toward settling some issue. Related: Decidedly.