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adamant unlikely to change in response to any request or argument; firmly decided or fixed; unyielding. [1/3 definitions]
adamantine firmly decided or fixed; unyielding; adamant. [1/2 definitions]
arbitrate to submit to being settled or decided by arbitration. [1/4 definitions]
basis a particular system, mode of operation, standard, or guiding principle that underlies the way something else is established, decided on, or managed. [1/3 definitions]
determinate in final form; decided; settled. [1/3 definitions]
determined decided; settled. [1/2 definitions]
fated decided by fate; predetermined.
intention a decided course of action; plan. [1/4 definitions]
judicial decided in or coming from a court of law. [1/3 definitions]
open not yet decided on or concluded. [1/27 definitions]
pointed decided or pronounced. [1/3 definitions]
Prize Cases a U.S. Supreme Court case decided in 1863 that held that, despite the absence of a declaration of war, President Lincoln acted within his powers to order the seizure of ships blockaded from Southern ports.
resolution a statement, decision, or course of action decided upon by a group or organization, esp. one formally adopted by a legislature. [1/8 definitions]
Schenck v. United States the U.S. Supreme Court case decided in 1919 that upheld the criminal conviction of the defendant for violation of the Espionage Act of 1917. In the majority opinion, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. argued that speech aimed to undermine military or naval operations during wartime presented a "clear and present danger" to the security of the country.
tentative not yet fully developed or definitely decided; provisional. [1/2 definitions]
undecided not yet decided or determined. [1/2 definitions]
undetermined not specified, identified, decided, or enumerated.
unsettled not decided, as an issue; unresolved; undetermined. [1/6 definitions]