determinedly


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Related to determinedly: invariably, smoothly, thereafter, tightly

de·ter·mined

 (dĭ-tûr′mĭnd)
adj.
1. Marked by or showing determination; resolute: was engaged in a protracted struggle with a determined enemy.
2. Decided or resolved: She is determined to be a doctor.

de·ter′mined·ly adv.
de·ter′mined·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.determinedly - with determination; in a determined manner; "he clung to the past determinedly"
2.determinedly - with ambition; in an ambitious and energetic manner; "she pursued her goals ambitiously"
Translations

determinedly

[dɪˈtɜːmɪndlɪ] ADV [say] → resueltamente; [persevere] → con determinación
he walked in determinedlyentró con aire resuelto or decidido
he was determinedly optimisticestaba resuelto a ver el lado bueno

determinedly

[dɪˈtɜːrmɪndli] adv (= resolutely) → avec détermination

determinedly

adv (+vb) → entschlossen; saybestimmt, resolut; (+adj) → entschieden; (= stubbornly)beharrlich; Brian remained determinedly optimisticBrian ließ sich seinen Optimismus nicht nehmen

determinedly

[dɪˈtɜːmɪndlɪ] advgrintosamente
References in classic literature ?
"We're going to get the idol of gold!" said Tom determinedly.
Although Jerry was determinedly set against hard driving, to please careless people, he always went a good fair pace, and was not against putting on the steam, as he said, if only he knew why.
"No," she said, determinedly, "I shall not go, nor should you, for there are two friends in that jungle who will come out of it some day expecting to find us awaiting them.
He wriggled more determinedly, and Van Horn set him down on the deck.
"I can never do that," said Anne determinedly and darkly.
Usually, at such times, she buried it determinedly under work.
"We shall see," replied Ned Land, shaking his head determinedly.
Nevertheless, I shall get no more old-world Scotch out of her this forenoon, she weeds her talk determinedly, and it is as great a falling away as when the mutch gives place to the cap.
And while Arthur took up the tale, for the twentieth time, of his adventure with the drunken hoodlums on the ferry-boat and of how Martin Eden had rushed in and rescued him, that individual, with frowning brows, meditated upon the fool he had made of himself, and wrestled more determinedly with the problem of how he should conduct himself toward these people.
She nodded her head determinedly. "Yes, I'm going with you, so you may as well secure the boat and arm me with a club."
Much more surprising things can happen to any one who, when a disagreeable or discouraged thought comes into his mind, just has the sense to remember in time and push it out by putting in an agreeable determinedly courageous one.
For a moment a flash of his old irony marked his face; but he determinedly chastened it down.