resolution

[ rez-uh-loo-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF resolution

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Miss Milbrey wondered somewhat; but her mind was easy, for her resolution had been taken.

If this resolution be adhered to, then will my father never see me more!

Mr. Disraeli offered a resolution of dissatisfaction in the House of Commons.

With a firm and unanimous voice the resolution to follow him was adopted.

I am not so much surprised that he formed the resolution the night before.

In this resolution he had begun to dress, but before he had finished had begun to have his doubts.

"Yes," Dick said, and now there was resolution in his answer.

His resolution of leaving Churchhill is consistent with his general eagerness.

To assist us in such a resolution I feel that absence will be necessary.

Woe to him who is not the keeper of his own conscience—the supporter of his own resolution!

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