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People who join a gym after the New Year, only to quit going within 3 months.
I couldn't find a free treadmill, the place was crawling with resolutionarys.
by Vincent11 November 11, 2006
A person at the gym who has made a new year's resolution to get into shape. They will go to the gym for about 3 weeks following the new year and then stop going altogether
It is late January and I have noticed the resolutionary I used to see each day no longer comes to the gym.
by markymert January 26, 2015
Those people crowding the gym during the first few weeks of January.
The gym was too full of resolutionaries for me to work out today, but it should be better by February.
by Docta Puella January 14, 2009
1. (Adjective) Involving or causing a complete or dramatic change due to one's New Year's Resolution.

2. (Noun) (pl. revolutionaries) A person or group of persons who are acting on their newly impassioned New Year's Resolution.
Willie, "Wow. The gym is full of resolutionaries. Every workout station is occupied by a resolutionary!"

Dylan, "And resolution in the air."
by Virgometer January 16, 2013
Noun: individuals who decide to follow through with their New Year's resolution in full force....until they become lethargic, apathetic, or just plain distraught. Often purchasing brand new attire/equipment from the latest store to fit the part. May even preach to others about their new-found zest for life in the two weeks that they are, in fact, taking part in making their resolution, a success.
"Man, the track is full of resolutionaries this morning...I'll give them two weeks".
by WickedSkaDork January 08, 2009
Of or describing the level of resolution of a digital image.
The pictures the client sent in this email are good for the brochure, but they are not resolutionary enough.
by catherin February 21, 2008
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