Resolute vs Inspiring - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between resolute and inspiring
is that resolute
is firm, unyielding, determined while inspiring
is providing inspiration; encouraging]]; [[stimulate|stimulating.
As a verb inspiring is
Firm, unyielding, determined.
- She was resolute in her determination to resist his romantic advances.
- He was resolute in his decision to stay.
* ’ (poem):
- Edward is at hand, / Ready to fight; therefore be resolute .
- If the Coward Bumble Bee / In his chimney corner stay, / I, must resoluter be!
, date=April 10
, author=Alistair Magowan
, title=Aston Villa 1 - 0 Newcastle
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Villa had plenty of opportunities to make the game safe after a shaky start and despite not reaching any great heights, they were resolute
enough to take control of the game in the second half. }}
(obsolete) Convinced; satisfied; sure.
* The one-word comparative form resoluter and superlative form resolutest are both well attested, though not as common as the two-word forms “more resolute” and “most resolute”.
* See also
Providing inspiration; encouraging]]; [[stimulate, stimulating.