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resolute
used in Me Before You

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firm in purpose or belief
  • Will just looked grim-faced and resolute.
    p. 78.2
  • Others, such as the failed attempt to go swimming, required more time and organization—ringing up the swimming pool beforehand, booking Nathan for overtime—and then, when we got to the leisure center, after the flask of hot chocolate was drunk in silence in the car park, Will resolutely refused to go in.
    p. 235.5
  • It might have been me, but the pounding of Patrick's feet on the road seemed to have taken on a grim, resolute tone.
    p. 305.4
  • Then he struck off again, and I watched him disappear down the road in front of me, his head facing resolutely forward, his legs eating up the road beneath him.
    p. 307.9
  • I saw them on the flight, muttering among themselves at the way I turned rigidly away from Will, plugging my earphones in or resolutely staring out the window.
    p. 366.5

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