The effort of resolution necessary to the achievement of this purpose I found to be quite awful.
But long after that, and long after I had heard the clinking of the teacups and was quite ready, I wanted the resolution to go down stairs.
The resolution I had made did not desert me, for, without uttering one vain word of appeal to him, I shouted out with all my might, and struggled with all my might.
As I cleared, Joe cleared, and it seemed as though he had sympathetically arrived at a resolution too.
When I got up in the morning, refreshed and stronger yet, I was full of my resolution to tell Joe all, without delay.
I had no claim, and I finally resolved, and ever afterwards abided by the resolution, that my heart should never be sickened with the hopeless task of attempting to establish one.
On this first occasion of his producing it, I recalled how he had made me swear fidelity in the churchyard long ago, and how he had described himself last night as always swearing to his resolutions in his solitude.
There are no more uses of "resolution" in the book.