Synonyms of 'decided'
definite or noticeableWe were at a decided disadvantage.
She is very definite about her feelings.
One thing is certain – they have the utmost respect for each other.
There was no positive evidence.
He brought the absolute proof that we needed.
There was a distinct change in her attitude.
Most of the exhibition has a pronounced Scottish theme.
She won a clear-cut victory in yesterday's election.
the undisputed fact that he had broken the law
Richardson's unequivocal commitment to fair play
Her charm is undeniable.
It is indisputable that the animals are harbouring this illness.
He issued a categorical denial of all the charges.
a man of unquestionable integrity
strong and definitea man of very decided opinions
He is making a determined effort to regain lost ground.
He held a firm belief in the afterlife.
Firm decisive action will be taken to end the incident.
an assertive style of management
His response was immediate and emphatic.
a decisive and resolute international leader
He is a very determined and strong-willed person.
Thomas Covenant's stride went on, as unfaltering as clockwork.
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in the sense of absolute
undoubted or certainHe brought the absolute proof that we needed.
in the sense of assertive
confident and direct in dealing with othersan assertive style of management
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