Example sentences for: adamantly

How can you use “adamantly” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • More surprisingly, there is not a single mention of the most important public event for Degas during the 1890s, the Dreyfus affair, when Degas didn't just look like a dog but behaved like one, cutting off Jewish friends of long standing and adamantly insisting (along with Paul Cézanne and Renoir) on the guilt of the Jewish army officer falsely accused of treason.

  • It's no wonder Clinton is so dilatory: Pollard presents a dilemma with no satisfactory political solution: The entire national security apparatus, from Tenet to the FBI to the Defense Department to the State Department to the heads of House and Senate intelligence committees, adamantly opposes Pollard's release.

  • U.S. officials adamantly deny this, saying there were absolutely no concessions.

  • The principle of national self-determination, urged so adamantly in the twentieth century, derives from the same source: every nation is entitled to preserve its own culture, cultivate its language, and express itself as a subject of the international community.

  • The Post places its story about President Clinton's first formal legal response to the substance of Paula Jones's lawsuit against him--he "adamantly" denies the charges--on the bottom of its front page.


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