from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Without doubt or question; definite: a decided success.
- adj. Free from hesitation or vacillation; resolute.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of decide.
- adj. determined; resolute
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Free from ambiguity; unequivocal; unmistakable; unquestionable; clear; evident.
- adj. Free from doubt or wavering; determined; of fixed purpose; fully settled; positive; resolute.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from ambiguity or uncertainty; unmistakable; unquestionable: as, a decided improvement.
- Resolute; determined; free from hesitation or wavering: as, a decided character.
- Synonyms Decided, Decisive, indisputable, undeniable, certain, positive, absolute. Decided and decisive are sometimes confounded, but are distinct, decided being passive and decisive active. A decided victory is a real, unmistakable victory; a decisive victory is one that decides the issue of the campaign. The battle of Bull Run ended in a decided victory, but not a decisive one; the victory at Waterloo was both decided and decisive. Compare a decided answer with a decisive one. The difference is the same as between definite and definitive. See definite.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. recognizable; marked
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The industry has gained some traction against Internet file-sharing services, so the label decided to take on the commonplace practice of friends 'making copies of songs for each other.
Rather than postpone things until after the summer program, Ms. Monroe she kept her name decided to go on her honeymoon immediately.
Fans who are protesting with demonstrations at Sony headquarters and petitions at www.freefiona.com and by sending apples to Epic executives say that the singer turned in her album, "Extraordinary Machine," in May 2003 and that the label decided not to release it because they didn't think it would sell enough to justify its costs.
Some genius at the label decided that for the part of "Hot In the City" where Billy stops and snarls "New Yawwwkk!"
To Adolphe it becomes what the famous cap, which he was constantly staking, was to Corporal Trim, for during five years "Anything for a Woman" (the title decided upon) "will be one of the most entertaining productions of our epoch."
While recording the album in Wales, the label decided to withdraw it's support of the band and demand that they write more songs as they felt they were not ready to record a new album.
They fought each other tooth and nail for the Hyundai A-League premiership, with the title decided when Sydney prevailed 2-0 in the final game of the season.
Founded and run by the infinitely talented Pedro Winter a.k.a. Busy P, the label decided to share its anniversary celebration with the states, throwing a birthday party at New York's Terminal
Tomas Cookman, president and founder of Nacional Records, says the label decided to release Bostich + Fussible's Bulevar
Roots lend him a ready credibility he has been lacking since his label decided to market him to the Starbucks jazz crowd.