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determinately

See definition of determinately on Dictionary.com
  • as inessentially
  • as inconclusively
  • as infinally

synonyms for determinately

  • actually
  • approximately
  • necessarily
  • originally
  • permanently
  • quite
  • really
  • substantially
  • truly
  • typically
  • virtually
  • fundamentally
  • at heart
  • at the heart of
  • centrally
  • characteristically
  • chiefly
  • factually
  • importantly
  • in effect
  • in essence
  • indispensably
  • inherently
  • intimately
  • intrinsically
  • materially
  • more or less so
  • naturally
  • primarily
  • principally
  • radically
  • significantly
  • vitally
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antonyms for determinately

MOST RELEVANT
  • doubtfully
  • apparently
  • on the surface
  • superficially
    • questionably
    • dubiously
    • doubtfully
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    How to use determinately in a sentence

    This advice the goddess very artfully and determinately carried out.
    ANCIENT FAITHS AND MODERNTHOMAS INMAN
    In every direction her frontier is determinately advanced, while thousands of strange people are submitting to her sway.
    TI-PING TIEN-KWOHLIN-LE
    This time, however, it said to itself determinately: "The revolution shall not cheat us a third time."
    THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTEKARL MARX
    "Naked truth, unglossed over," she pursued, bending her eyes determinately upon him.
    EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
    But I know you call not this a form of government, unless as determinately managed by one, many or most.
    A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
    Before the Reformation, not only were early marriages determinately discouraged, but the opportunity for them did not exist.
    THE REIGN OF HENRY THE EIGHTH, VOLUME 1 (OF 3)JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
    But waiting for no answer, with the same breath she passed the maid, and determinately entered the room.
    PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
    For when names have been once determinately affixed, they are not easily effaced.
    A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME I.JACOB BRYANT
    Do you know you plague me—a little—by not speaking more determinately to the landlord, of whom I have a mean opinion.
    MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
    The nation is ashamed of a body so determinately below its functions.
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXVI. OCTOBER, 1843. VOL. LIV.VARIOUS
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    WORDS RELATED TO DETERMINATELY

    • convincingly
    • decisively
    • definitively
    • determinately
    • once and for all
    • once for all
    • positively
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