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adamant rate
(Adjective) To be insistent, normally in conviction.
Usage: He was adamant, arguing that he is always the first one to get to work daily.

adamant rate
(Adjective) Insistent
Usage: She was adamant about not having a party.

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(Adjective) very firm about. insist on
Usage: I'm adamant that no one leaves until the job is done.

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(Adjective) strong about having one's way
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(Adjective) already decided; unable to be convinced otherwise
Usage: I am adamant that skiing is dangerous.

adamant rate
(Adjective) Insistent; unyielding; steadfast in determination, even stubbornly so.
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Adamant rate
(Adjective) to be unyielding
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(Adjective) strong position or opinion
Usage: He was very adamant about going to that restaurant.

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Usage: she was adamant about her project

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(Adverb) fiercely determined
Usage: She was adamant in her desire for freedom.

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by being persistent
Usage: I am very adamant to a fault

adamant rate
positive, certain
Usage: he was adamant that it was the correct address

adamant rate
(Interjection) meaning to be Set on way or idea
Usage: I am adamant about wanting a last will

adamant rate
very sure and steadfast
Usage: I am adamant to not go thru this again.

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was firm with
Usage: She was adamant that she stayed home that evening

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(Adjective) having strong feelings about something
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set on
Usage: He was adamant about having specific directions to the play.

adamant rate
(Adjective) strongly opinionated
Usage: He is adamant that the color is red.

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