During all this period Razumihin wore an air of resolute determination.
She is a resolute, sensible, patient and generous girl, but she has a passionate heart, as I know very well.
The old woman recovered herself, and her visitor’s resolute tone evidently restored her confidence.
Marmeladov struck his fist resolutely on the table.
"Nobody has been beating the landlady," she declared at last in a firm, resolute voice.
"Don’t be anxious, I won’t let him have her," the policeman said resolutely, and he set off after them.
He walked quickly and resolutely, and though he felt shattered, he had his senses about him.
"Very well then!" he said resolutely; he moved from the bridge and walked in the direction of the police office.
"Enough," he pronounced resolutely and triumphantly.
"Porfiry Petrovitch," he began resolutely, though with considerable irritation, "yesterday you expressed a desire that I should come to you for some inquiries" (he laid special stress on the word "inquiries").
"I will remain alone," he said resolutely, "and she shall not come to the prison!"
"Listen," he began resolutely.
At last, realising that he was engaged in this interesting pursuit, he started, got up and walked resolutely out of the room.
He went into the yard fairly resolutely.
No, it’s nonsense, it’s rubbish!" he added resolutely.
At last he looked straight at Raskolnikov, and said loudly and resolutely: "May I venture, honoured sir, to engage you in polite conversation?
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She stood resolute as some complained that she was asking too much of the team.
She has a resolute and unshakeable faith in his character.