Which preposition to use with resolve

on Occurrences 199%

But I was resolved on my enterprise, and bade him lie down.

into Occurrences 106%

Gradually, as I looked, I saw them fade and fade; until, slowly, they resolved into nothingness.

in Occurrences 79%

The result was that I got a fit of the fidgets; I could not settle down to read, and at last, having still an hour to spare, I resolved in my restlessness to stroll out and take a preliminary look from outside at what was practically my old home.

of Occurrences 63%

Hence the marvel of the instant fusion, the swift resolve of the Northern mind.

to Occurrences 53%

He resolved to expenses by visiting the less often.

for Occurrences 24%

I find, Sir, you were resolved for Youth, Wit and Beauty.

at Occurrences 23%

Arnulf the Bad, leagued with the Hungarians, against whom Henry had great designs, had still much in his power, and Henry, resolved at any price to dissolve this dangerous alliance, not only concluded peace with this traitor on that condition, but also married his son Henry to Judith, Arnulf's daughter, in 921.

with Occurrences 18%

The Bellovaci resolved with one accord to give Caesar battle, if, as report said, he was advancing with only three legions; for they would not run the risk of having afterward to encounter his entire army.

against Occurrences 10%

Mr. VINER spoke next, to the following effect:Sir, I am not very solicitous what may be the determination of the house upon this question, because I think it more necessary to resolve against an augmentation of the army, than to inquire, whether it shall be made by one method or another.

as Occurrences 7%

If only Peter" "Peter is a boy," said John, "dreaming as a boy dreams, resolving as a boy resolves; and his dreams and his resolutions are as light as thistledown: the first breath of a new fancy, or a fresh interest, will blow them away.

within Occurrences 7%

Nor because of that only; for he resolved within himself that he would try to get a share in the business of the night: why should his mother have too little sleep rather than himself?

than Occurrences 4%

" Strangely enough this speech did more to fix Dorothea's resolve than all she had read or heard of the rigours of the war-prison.

by Occurrences 4%

XXXIV.When the townsmen perceived his design, being terrified by the recollection of the distress at Alesia, they began to dread similar consequences from a siege; and above all Luterius, who had experienced that fatal event, cautioned them to make provision of corn; they therefore resolve by general consent to leave part of their troops behind, and set out with their light troops to bring in corn.

from Occurrences 4%

One of the soldiers' wives, having been told that prisoners taken by the Indians were put to terrible tortures, resolved from the first not to surrender.

without Occurrences 3%

Did they fancy then that a formidable question could be resolved without risking the repression of the assaults of force by force?

among Occurrences 3%

Let the two inseparable problems of slavery and the coexistence of races be resolved among them under the ruling influence of the Gospel, and they will witness the birth of a future far better than the past.

before Occurrences 2%

His own soul lies naked and resolved before him,its unspeakable greatness, its meaning, faculty, and destiny.

out Occurrences 2%

Shakespeare gives us the word, Balzac, sometimes, after pages of vain striving, gives us the word, Tourgueneff gives it with miraculous certainty; but Henry James, no; a hundred times he flutters about it; his whole book is one long flutter near to the one magical and unique word, but the word is not spoken; and for want of the word his characters are never resolved out of the haze of nebulae.

under Occurrences 1%

It was open to them, after the death of the King of Denmark, to have acted as France had resolved under the same circumstances to actFrance, who occupies, we are told, a position in reference to these matters so dignified and satisfactory that it has received the compliments even of a baffled Minister.

after Occurrences 1%

This Accident roused me into a Disdain against all Libertine Women, under what Appearance soever they hid their Insincerity, and I resolved after that Time to converse with none but those who lived within the Rules of Decency and Honour.

above Occurrences 1%

After the war, enriched by the death of his wife, he had come back to live prudently on his fortune in his mansion on the avenue of the Bois de Boulogne, tormented by the hereditary malady of which he was to die young, having gained from his precocious debauchery a salutary fear of pleasure, resolved above all to shun emotions and responsibilities, so that he might last as long as possible.

like Occurrences 1%

" "He resolves like a wise man, sir.

about Occurrences 1%

What I principally wanted was fresh water; and I was resolved about dusk to swim ashore.

around Occurrences 1%

You mite just as well try to make Bosting fokes think the hul United States don't resolve around Masserchussetts Bay and Bosting Common once every 24 times an hour, as to undertake to stop a womans clack when she gets on a talkin fit.

Which preposition to use with  resolve