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    adamant - Dictionary definition and meaning for word adamant

    (noun) very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
    Synonyms : diamond
    (adj) impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason
    Example Sentence
    • he is adamant in his refusal to change his mind
    • Cynthia was inexorable; she would have none of him
    • an intransigent conservative opposed to every liberal tendency
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for adamant

A+DAM+ant...A DAM IS GENERALLY INFLEXIBLE AND HARD so vehicles can pass through it.

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adam+ant...adam is comparing with the ant and saying he is hard and inflexible than the ant

adam.....adam Gillcrist(aus player)...hitting every ball so "hard" making them to six...

Adiyal Man is always: hard, immovable, inflexible, relentless, rigid, stony, stubborn, unbendable, unyielding...

sounds like A DIAMOND.....hence it means hard,inflexible.....

A dam - kind of like I dont give a dam... attitude of inflexible people

it sounds like sediment so its a kinda rocky layer so adamant is hard and flexible..

A DAM wont even let an ANT to pass

A+DAM+ANT- means ek HARD chinti in hindi

adamant : ada('to stop' in hindi) + mant('no' in hindi , 'n' silent).As the thing is hard and inflexible dont stop it to move.

"ada"(women in telugu)"man"(man in english).a man finds woman as hard and inflexible person

adamant ~ a + diamond : diamond is a very hard substance and hence we can't break it easily. Similarly, adamant person is one whom we can't persuade easily.

Word used in video below:
text: I don't think you have a choice. He was pretty adamant.
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