Word – Decisive
Decisive – Word of the Day
(adj): Ability to make decisions or choices quickly. Resolute.
Going back to history in the early 17th century, the word ‘Decisive’ originated from the french word ‘decisif-ive,’ which means having an ability or quality of determining, from medieval Latin word ‘decisivus,’ and the verb’ decidere,’ which means to cut off.
1.Adjective Examples – Decisive
- The government needs to take decisive action against those who break the law.
- A decisive person will quickly succeed.
- Rose must take decisive steps towards the unity of the society members.
- If you feel it is difficult to come to a conclusion, visit my decisive mother, she will help you out.
- The administration members complimented her for being decisive.
2. Adverb Examples – Decisively
- When the accident occurred, my sister acted decisively and rang the ambulance.
- The manager decisively rejected raj’s new project.
- The teacher decisively sorted out the fights among the students.
- The government had decisively differentiated the new rules.
- Without considering her team members’ ideas, the captain decisively opted to stay away from the rivals.
3. Noun Examples – Decisiveness
- All the people in the village admire the decisiveness of the committee member.
- A person with decisiveness will never doubt his judgments.
- The lack of the management’s decisiveness led to the crisis at school.
- With little decisiveness, she accepted Raj’s love.
- You are not supposed to doubt a leader’s decisiveness; he will always think and do what’s better for his team.