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arbitrator a person chosen to mediate and resolve disputes or controversies. [1/2 definitions]
committee a group of persons chosen or volunteering themselves to work together to solve a problem or resolve a particular issue.
conclude to bring to a final settlement; resolve. [1/4 definitions]
conference committee in the U.S. Congress, a temporary panel assembled from members of both the Senate and House of Representatives to resolve differences between two versions of a particular bill and create a compromise version.
cowardice lack of bravery or resolve in the face of danger, pain, or other difficulties.
decide to resolve a conflict or dispute. [1/7 definitions]
determine to firmly decide on a course of action, or to cause one to make a firm decision; resolve. [2/6 definitions]
deus ex machina god from a machine (Latin); in ancient Greek drama, a god brought in by a mechanical contrivance to resolve a plot or complicated situation. [1/2 definitions]
faze to bewilder or to disturb the composure or shake the resolve of; disconcert or daunt.
foreclose to close or resolve beforehand. [1/4 definitions]
insist to state with firmness or resolve (usu. fol. by a clause). [1/4 definitions]
lay (something) to rest to end or resolve a matter. [1/2 definitions]
must1 to be determined to by personal resolve or desire (often pronounced with strong emphasis). [1/7 definitions]
ombudsman a man employed by a government, institution, or the like to hear and attempt to resolve complaints, as from citizens, employees, or students.
ombudsperson a person employed by a government, institution, or the like to hear and attempt to resolve complaints, as from citizens, employees, or students.
ombudswoman a woman employed by a government, institution, or the like to hear and attempt to resolve complaints, as from citizens, employees, or students.
pluck strong resolve, courage, or spirit in spite of difficulty. [1/8 definitions]
purpose determination or resolve. [2/6 definitions]
reconcile to correct or adjust (at least one of two or more things) in order to resolve contradictions or incompatibility. [1/3 definitions]
resolute having or showing firmness, determination, or resolve.
resolution mental firmness, determination, or resolve. [1/8 definitions]