Her hatred of the town turned resolute as she pushed open the door.
She did not follow his words, only the burring resoluteness of them.
Carol lied resolutely.
The sunshine was dizzy on open stubble; shadows from immense cumulus clouds were forever sliding across low mounds; and the sky was wider and loftier and more resolutely blue than the sky of cities …. she declared.
Her enthusiasm had become watery even before thirteen women resolutely removed their overshoes, sat down meatily, ate peppermints, dusted their fingers, folded their hands, composed their lower thoughts, and invited the naked muse of poetry to deliver her most improving message.
Delicate hands and resolute purpose.
If it were some one more resolute than Erik, a fighter, an artist with bearded surly lips——They’re only in books.
She resolutely took him to her favorite white and green cottages and Georgian houses.
She made a decision resolute and enduring.
He rammed his large red fists into his pockets, he jerked them out, he resolutely got rid of them by clenching his hands behind him, and he stammered: "I know.
) flee to the cities with agility and, despite the fictional tradition, resolutely stay there, seldom returning even for holidays.
But the propriety was shaken out of her, and she delightedly continued to ejaculate "Nev’ in my LIFE" as she saw the living-room door opened by invisible hands and shoes hurling through it, as she heard from the darkness beyond the door a squawling, a bumping, a resolute "Here’s a lot of shoes.
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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.