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do–or–die

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of do–or–die

  1. fully committed to achieving a goal a do-or-die abolitionist, William Lloyd Garrison refused to give an inch on the issue of slavery Synonyms of do–or–die bent (on or upon), bound, decisive, do-or-die, firm, hell-bent (on or upon), intent, out, purposeful, resolute, resolved, set, single-mindedWords Related to do–or–die bitter, vehement; certain, cocksure, confident, positive, sure; earnest, serious; steady, unfaltering, unhesitating, unswerving, unwavering; adamant, adamantine, dogged, hard, hardened, hardheaded, headstrong, immovable, implacable, inflexible, mulish, obdurate, persistent, pertinacious, perverse, pigheaded, rigid, self-willed, stubborn, tenacious, unbending, uncompromising, unrelenting, unyielding, willful (or wilful)Near Antonyms of do–or–die distrustful, doubtful, dubious, mistrustful, skeptical, suspicious, uncertain, unconvinced, undecided, unsettled, unsure; disinclined, indisposed, loath (also loth or loathe), reluctantAntonyms of do–or–die faltering, hesitant, indecisive, irresolute, undetermined, unresolved, vacillating, wavering, weak-kneed


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