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Her prayers were answered when she was able to refinance her mortgage, and Teresa, resolute, had the saint inked on her neck.

I am resolute that we’re going to make progress, so if there are more things we can do to hasten that, we certainly will look at those.

Tonight, he left much of that baggage behind, giving a masterful performance that was strong, resolute and even hopeful.

At our core, charitable organizations are powered by the fires of idealism and a resolute belief in humanity’s kinder attributes.

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Her pallid young face, brow sweating with fear and pain, yet resolute and stiff with sorrow, makes you want to cry.

At the same time, the administration has been keen to show itself as tough, practical and resolute.

As she prepares to do her mandatory army service next year she is resolute about what Israel should do.

The stress was taking a visible toll, but she remained resolute at her core.

To show we will be resolute in bringing people who harm Americans to justice, and standing steadfast during these protests.

But, instead of following up their victory, the half-resolute rioters camped near Guadalupe for the night.

A resolute push for quite a short period now might reconstruct the entire basis of our collective human life.

They walked silently down the lane together, Gilbert sullen and mortified, Dorothy pitying but resolute.

Leo II, pope, died; an able and resolute pontiff; established the kiss of peace at the mass, and the use of holy water.

Lady Kirton's last words halted, for his look startled even her in its resolute sternness.

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On this page you'll find 172 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resolute, such as: adamant, bold, courageous, obstinate, persistent, and relentless.

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

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