If you already know the word adamant, what's the use in knowing adamantine, too?
Adamantine people and things seem to be as hard as stone or diamonds because they're so firm, strong, and solid that they can't be moved, changed, or defeated.
"She arrived in the United States from India in the early 1980s, armed with a jet-black braid that fell down her back, dreams of dental school and an adamantine sense of determination."
Explain the meaning of "adamantine" without saying "rock-solid" or "obstinate."
Fill in the blanks: "(Someone) is an adamantine (type of thinker, believer, or supporter) and regards (something) as (good, evil, wise, stupid, farfetched, or promising in some way)."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. One opposite of ADAMANTINE is
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