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Resolved

Synonyms for resolved:

decided

settled.

determined

bent on.

Other synonyms and related words:

contumacious, fixed, settled, mulish, bent on, out, single-minded, purposeful, obstinate, do-or-die, obdurate, heady, pertinacious, inflexible, bound, solved, refractory, intractable, immovable, hell-bent, unconquerable.

all (adjective)

single-minded.

deliberate (adjective)

Schemed.

hell-bent (adjective)

hell-bent.

obstinate (adjective)

obstinate.

resolute (adjective)

inexorable, bullheaded, steady, unbending, unflinching, headstrong, unchangeable, bold, deliberate, thorough, plucky, stubborn, faithful, loyal, serious, spunky, reliable, dogged, strong-minded, steely, diligent, tireless, unyielding, uncompromising, iron-willed, stern, hearty, tough, strong-willed, intent, unshakeable, constant, steadfast, committed, dauntless, decisive, determined, implacable, tenacious, firm, dedicated, courageous, relentless, zealous, ruthless, indefatigable, indomitable, willing, fearless, devoted, unwavering, persevering, valiant, insistent, earnest, staunch, true, resolute, decided, set, persistent.

resolved (noun)

resolute, solved, single-minded.

intended (verb)

planned, Chose, expected, Aimed, intended, Meant, Endeavored, chosen, minded, Wished, proposed, Schemed.

judged (verb)

found, determined, ruled, pronounced, Arbitrated, Appraised, mediated, decided, refereed, considered, Sentenced, Assessed, Adjudicated, Judged.

resolved (verb)

Endured, Persisted, Persevered.

Usage examples for resolved:

  • At last I resolved to walk on, and make, at any rate, twenty miles of my journey. - "London to Ladysmith via Pretoria", Winston Spencer Churchill.
  • On what are we resolved? - "Fiesco or, The Genoese Conspiracy A Tragedy", Frederich Schiller.
  • What had saved me I had no idea, but I was resolved not to trust to that curtain any longer. - "The Spy in Black", J. Storer Clouston.

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