determinately

[ adjective dih-tur-muh-nit; verb dih-tur-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF determinately

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I also bring in here, as much suggestively as determinately, the following.

"I will not wait another minute," cried the postilion, determinately.

Then a dark thought crossed his mind, but he put it determinately from him.

Slowly but determinately, as the old fields of labour close up and are submerged behind us, we demand entrance into the new.

Still one or two had determinately sought her hand in marriage, but only to meet with a gentle yet firm rejection.

There was something in the simple narration that touched me, though I remained as determinately relentless as ever.

I replied with a little laugh, and began to walk, this time, determinately at right angles from the basin.

You now owe a duty elsewhere, and must preserve the loyalty of that name in yourself, which he so determinately abandons.

There is no direct evidence by which these questions can be determinately answered.

These three parts are not yet determinately named in the text: but I give now the names which will be usually attached to them.

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