determination

[ dih-tur-muh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF determination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETERMINATION

Let us renew our determination, our courage, and our strength.

"No," the bride replied, and there was determination in the monosyllable.

Lines 44 and 45 announce Marduk's determination to build Babylon.

The tribesmen displayed the greatest boldness and determination.

My determination was confirmed at this instant by the appearance of Lady Geraldine.

"I want some things," repeated Lucy Ann, with determination.

Her cheeks were deep crimson, and she bit her lip with determination.

That was an injustice and a determination to hurt my feelings.

"Certainly not," said I; and after having uttered this determination, I was more at ease.

The worse he grew, the more rigid and inflexible he became in his determination.

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