Decisive [adjective]

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The uncertain growth outlook amid the Covid-19 pandemic means this election should be less decisive for market direction, they said.

“Tipping-point chance” is the chance that a given state will provide the decisive vote in the Electoral College.

We were not used to seeing the upper Midwest as decisive and so I think didn’t look as hard at Wisconsin and Michigan and Pennsylvania as we ought to have.

We already knew that women voters would be a decisive force in the 2020 presidential election.

She leaves behind a legacy as a fierce advocate for gender equality and women’s rights, as well as a decisive voice on the highest US court for progressive causes ranging from immigration to accessible healthcare and affirmative action.

The language and demeanor of Mr Bellamy seemed decisive of his intentions.

The successful crossing of the Danube was soon followed by the decisive battle of Austerlitz.

And she saw at once that he had done nothing of the sort; saw it without any more decisive denial.

It was a disappointment to the Americans who had looked forward to inflicting a decisive and crushing defeat on the enemy.

In 1807, however, he was called up to reinforce the Grand Army in time to take part in the decisive battle at Friedland.