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resolute
used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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Definition
firm in purpose or belief
  • The bony hand in hers was trembling as they walked down the grassy path, but Prudence stepped resolutely beside her.
    p. 116.6
resolutely = firm in purpose
  • Kit sat helpless, her cheeks on fire, and then the laughter and the cheering left her giddy as William stepped resolutely forward to claim his forfeit.
    p. 146.7
resolutely = with firm purpose
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