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resolute
used in The Age of Innocence

5 uses
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Definition
firm in purpose or belief
  • Nothing about his betrothed pleased him more than her resolute determination to carry to its utmost limit that ritual of ignoring the "unpleasant" in which they had both been brought up.
    Chapter 3 (97% in)
  • Archer entirely approved of family solidarity, and one of the qualities he most admired in the Mingotts was their resolute championship of the few black sheep that their blameless stock had produced.
    Chapter 2 (10% in)
  • Under her hat-brim he saw the pallor of her profile, and a slight tremor of the nostril above her resolutely steadied lips.
    Chapter 16 (75% in)
  • He stood up too, flushed and resolute.
    Chapter 18 (62% in)
  • All these amiable and inexorable persons were resolutely engaged in pretending to each other that they had never heard of, suspected, or even conceived possible, the least hint to the contrary; and from this tissue of elaborate mutual dissimulation Archer once more disengaged the fact that New York believed him to be Madame Olenska's lover.
    Chapter 33 (77% in)

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