decidedly, unquestionably, emphatically, definitely, in_spades, by_all_odds
Meaning: without question and beyond doubt; "it was decidedly too expensive"; "she told him off in spades"; "by all odds they should win"
"Definitely I couldn't.
Yet, most strangely, nothing definitely moved.
We cannot say definitely what these various deities represent.
But on July 14 he reported definitely that it would be impossible for him to render the expected aid.
Probably the hamlet has now finished with its nomadic existence, and has definitely become stationary.
As I look back over this history I see that the printed page had counted too much, and the real forces of the visible arts in America had not been definitely enlisted.
It happened all at once, retreat and continuation for a moment somehow combined. And, if he did not definitely see the awful thing, at least he was aware that it had come to pass.
An experience, a very humble experience, is capable of generating and carrying any amount of theory (or intellectual content), but a theory apart from an experience cannot be definitely grasped even as theory.
The rest is in the journalist's own discretion. Once he departs from the region where it is definitely recorded at the County Clerk's office that John Smith has gone into bankruptcy, all fixed standards disappear.
There were only three things which she could do: Have children; start her career of reforming; or become so definitely a part of the town that she would be fulfilled by the activities of church and study-club and bridge-parties.