This lovely spring roused Levin still more, and strengthened him in his resolution of renouncing all his past and building up his lonely life firmly and independently.
Though many of the plans with which he had returned to the country had not been carried out, still his most important resolution—that of purity—had been kept by him.
And everything that had been stirring Levin during that sleepless night, all the resolutions he had made, all vanished at once.
And in this position he took an important resolution.
As he went into the entry, Alexey Alexandrovitch, as it were, got out his resolution from the remotest corner of his brain, and mastered it thoroughly.
Without even troubling himself to see Betsy out of his flat, forgetting all his resolutions, without asking when he could see her, where her husband was, Vronsky drove straight to the Karenins’.
The young ones had registered a separate resolution.
For an instant she had a clear vision of what she was doing, and was horrified at how she had fallen away from her resolution.
But Katavasov’s serene and good-humored expression suddenly struck him, and he felt such tenderness for his own happy mood, which he was unmistakably disturbing by this conversation, that he remembered his resolution and stopped short.
"Alexey Alexandrovitch," she said, with desperate resolution looking him in the face, "I asked you about Anna, you made me no answer.
There are no more uses of "resolution" in the book.