The state or characteristic of being resolute; determination or resolution.(noun)
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Use "resoluteness" in a sentence
"In these times that kind of resoluteness is respected."
"The lack of flexibility of listening to others or of learning from the mistakes in democratic persuasions gives rise to a kind of theocratic resoluteness which is historically the leitmotif of fascistic trends of authoritarian rule - kind of muzzling and usurping the people's voices with resounding power over the democratic norms and practices."
""They relate to whether Mr. Holder had the kind of resoluteness displayed by Attorney General Griffin Bell, by Attorney General Elliot Richardson, to say 'no' to their superiors.""