decisiveness

[ dih-sahy-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF decisiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECISIVENESS

Finally he spoke with the decisiveness characteristic of him.

It had lost something of its harshness––something, too, of its decisiveness.

The conclusion is expressed with a decisiveness that almost seems crude.

"You must leave her," she urged, with a new touch of decisiveness.

Abruptly Parish Thornton admonished him in the quiet tone of decisiveness.

In the field he had been distinguished for his decisiveness and energy.

The decisiveness of the psalmist's conviction does not lead him to exaggeration.

There was a decisiveness in Katherines tone that warned Peter to self-control.

His thoughts had at times great energy and decisiveness in this direction.

There was a decisiveness about the Major's tones not to be misunderstood.

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