decisively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis ahy siv lee

  • r  with firmness
    `I will come along,' she said decisively
  • r  with finality; conclusively
    the voted settled the argument decisively
  • r  in an indisputable degree
    the Fisher Act of 1918 decisively raised their status and pay

  • Pakistan is acting decisively against the militants blamed for the Mumbai massacre: Last weekend, it arrested some key leaders of the banned Lashkar e-Toiba (LeT) organization .
  • President acted decisively abroad; waffles at home.
  • In this sort of crisis we all want God to be sovereign, all powerful to be able to intervene decisively, to rule over every atom and molecule of the universe.
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  • John McCain in International Herald Tribune
    We cannot spend the next four years as we have spent much of the last eight: waiting for our luck to change. ...... As president I intend to act, quickly and decisively,McCain said Tuesday in battleground Pennsylvania.
  • President Bush in ABC News
    The war is not over,Bush said, but "it is decisively on its way to being won."
  • Miguel Estrada in The American Lawyer
    Reacting to the ruling, Black's lawyer, Miguel Estrada of Gibson Dunn, said in a statement, "Given that the jury already decisively rejected the government's attempt to convict Mr. Black for 'traditional' fraud, we are confident the lower courts...

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