decidedly, unquestionably, emphatically, definitely, in spades, by all odds(adverb)
without question and beyond doubt
"it was decidedly too expensive"; "she told him off in spades"; "by all odds they should win"
In a manner which leaves little question; definitely, clearly.
In a decidedly petulant manner she sat with crossed arms and a frown.
In a decided or final manner; resolutely.
in a decided manner; indisputably; clearly; thoroughly
Decidedly was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who is best known for winning the 1962 Kentucky Derby. Ridden by Bill Hartack, Decidedly set a new Churchill Downs track record for 1¼ miles in winning the 1962 Derby. In the second leg and third legs of the U.S. Triple Crown series, the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, he was unplaced. In 1963 Decidedly won five of thirteen starts and set a new Keeneland Race Course record for 1¹/16 miles in winning the Ben Ali Handicap. He was retired from racing at age five after the 1964 season in which he won two races from ten starts. At stud, Decidedly was the sire of nineteen stakes race winners.
The numerical value of decidedly in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of decidedly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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They do they work through a decidedly non-political and apolitclal lens, they obviously are already experts in social media, so for them to transfer followers on social media is probably easy breeze for them.
There's been big movement in most of Europe's capitals in recognition of the scale of the challenge, that's decidedly what you're not getting from the' Frugal Four.' It's effectively a restatement of old positions.
Make up your mind to act decidedly and take the consequences. No good is ever done in this world by hesitation.
I suspect you are a godsend, but on your bad days, decidedly less so.
The decidedly Christian nature of these prayers must not be dismissed as the relic of a time when our Nation was less pluralistic than it is today. Congress continues to permit its appointed and visiting chaplains to express themselves in a religious idiom. … To hold that invocations must be nonsectarian would force the legislatures … and the courts … to act as … censors of religious speech. … Government may not mandate a civic religion that stifles any but the most generic reference to the sacred any more than it may prescribe a religious orthodoxy …
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