Thesaurus / most resolved
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- as inintent
- as inobstinate
- as inresolute
- as inserious
- as inset
- as insevere
- as inbent
- as inwillful
- as inminded
- as insettled
- as inunbowed
- as inbound and determined
- as inclear
- as insobersided
- as inclosed
- as inunsubtle
- as indecided
- as indecided
- as indecisive
- as indeliberate
- as indetermined
- as inearnest
- as inexposed
- as infinished
- as infirm
- as infixed
- as inhell-bent
other words for most resolved
- wrapped up
antonyms of most resolved
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We resolved to do our best to merit the good opinion which we thus supposed them to entertain of us.
Each day she resolved, "To-morrow I will tell Felipe;" and when to-morrow came, she put it off again.
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This was why we resolved, at the time of our arrival, not to baptize any adults unless they were previously well catechized.
I resolved to investigate the matter, as it was only verbal, so that it might not become public.
Freed from his presence, Black Sheep resolved that he should no longer be deprived of his allowance of pleasure-reading.
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There was an opinion in some quarters that we had done all we could, but I resolved firmly to make one more attempt.
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McNeil, his force now augmented by Shaffer's, resolved to push Porter to the limit, and if possible bring him to battle.
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Secretly Uncle David is resolved to make it up to her from his own wealth, which is very great.
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Congress resolved to establish the bank of North America, being the first regularly established bank in the country.
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The council, however, resolved not to indulge the king, for fear of a dangerous precedent.