Definition of resolved in English:

resolved

Syllabification: re·solved
Pronunciation: /riˈzälvd, -ˈzôlvd
 
/

adjective

[predic., with infinitive]
  • Firmly determined to do something: Constance was resolved not to cry
    More example sentences
    • With the New Year approaching, Daphne's resolved to make everything all right again.
    • Nursing must act now in a unified voice with a resolved spirit to determine its own destiny.
    • Whatever it takes, whatever it costs, this patient, this resolved nation will win the first war of the 21st century.
    Synonyms
    determined, hell-bent, intent, set

Derivatives

resolvedly

Pronunciation: /riˈzälvədlē, -ˈzôlvədlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • And as this second series unfurls, things seem pretty much business as usual; the chatty and informal style, the resolvedly non - empirical preparation, the endless licking of spoons.
  • An aroused Norman nervously replaces the picture, glances up to the house (in profile) with his jaw slightly twitching, and then resolvedly walks out.
  • But the need is soon felt for a new art form, reflecting a resolvedly modernist society.

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