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Origin of resolute
Examples from the Web for resolutely
By resolutely shunning money, his campaign forged alternative tactics, all of which were explained in detail on Healey's blog.
“The Kremlin is resolutely determined to struggle for the independence of South and Eastern Ukraine,” he said.Alexander Dugin: The Crazy Ideologue of the New Russian Empire|Oleg Shynkarenko|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He resolutely resisted all efforts to make him withdraw his allegations against them and their alleged co-conspirators.Fraud and the City: Russia’s Manhattan Money Laundering|Michael Daly|September 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When asked by a Dutch television host whether they liked each other from the start, Máxima resolutely answered “No.”
Ghesquière is a resolutely modern designer whose work is both comprehensible and challenging.
But they resolutely refused to stir from their dangerous position.Soldiering in North Carolina|Thomas Kirwan
His only safe course is to resolutely change his thought vibrations.Dynamic Thought|William Walker Atkinson
Two days before the leave of absence terminated he sadly and wisely and resolutely took his departure for Thibodeaux.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
"One moment," interposed Midwinter, stopping him resolutely on his way out to the carriage.Armadale|Wilkie Collins
Then it struck me that there was something unholy about this affair, and I resolutely strode to the crib and seized the baby.Visionaries|James Huneker
Word Origin for resolute
early 15c., "dissolved, of loose structure," also "morally lax," from Latin resolutus, past participle of resolvere "untie, unfasten, loose, loosen" (see resolution). Meaning "determined, decided, absolute, final" is from c.1500, especially in resolute answer, a phrase "common in 16th c." [OED]. From 1530s of persons. The notion is of "breaking (something) into parts" as the way to arrive at the truth of it and thus make the final determination (cf. resolution). Related: Resolutely; resoluteness.