Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But what they did made him all the more resolved to run away with the circus, just to show them.

Mrs. Vint observed it, and was all the more resolved to have it out with him.

She will toss her head, and only be more resolved on her own way.'

But the more Ursula thought of it, the more resolved she was to make this sacrifice.

But the more we exclaimed about its difficulty, the more resolved he was to try.

But the more often Bill missed the more resolved was he that Kid Whaley should leave the house a chastened artist.

The man is off to the devil, I am thankful to say, whereas his wife seems the more resolved to take root here.

He did not attempt to detain her, but walked away slowly, half offended—but more resolved on making her his wife than ever.

The more cruelly she was treated, the more resolved she seemed to become, and the more exasperated grew Eleusius.

It only made him the more resolved to crush the liberties of the Church, and the liberties of the nation.