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  • Crossing himself with a rapid and accustomed gesture, and at once smiling, he turned resolutely in the direction of his terrible lady.
  • He wasn’t walking away from me with a resolute step, but leaping headlong.
  • Katerina Ivanovna was greatly excited, though she looked resolute.
  • Dmitri bowed generally to all present, and without a word walked to the window with his long, resolute stride, sat down on the only empty chair, near Father Paissy, and, bending forward, prepared to listen to the conversation he had interrupted.
  • Father Paissy stood over him, waiting resolutely.
  • Mitya snapped out, resolutely.
  • But he was quickly and resolutely suppressed.
  • He had fallen on the earth a weak boy, but he rose up a resolute champion, and he knew and felt it suddenly at the very moment of his ecstasy.
  • He was a resolute boy, "tremendously strong," as was rumored in his class, and soon proved to be the fact; he was agile, strong-willed, and of an audacious and enterprising temper.
  • Alyosha got up resolutely.
  • Smerdyakov looked resolutely at Ivan.
  • Ivan said this solemnly and resolutely and from his flashing eyes alone it could be seen that it would be so.
  • It was impossible to tell from her face that she was agitated; but there was a resolute gleam in her dark and gloomy eyes.
  • "They’ll acquit him for certain," said a resolute voice.
  • But she refused him resolutely, feeling that to accept him would be an act of treachery to her son, though Dardanelov had, to judge from certain mysterious symptoms, reason for believing that he was not an object of aversion to the charming but too chaste and tender-hearted widow.
  • He knew that he was unwell, but he loathed the thought of being ill at that fatal time, at the approaching crisis in his life, when he needed to have all his wits about him, to say what he had to say boldly and resolutely and "to justify himself to himself."
  • "Listen, Alyosha," Ivan began in a resolute voice, "if I am really able to care for the sticky little leaves I shall only love them, remembering you.
  • I don’t know how to help myself," he said resolutely and distinctly, and at his last word he sighed.

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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.

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