certainty

[ sur-tn-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF certainty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CERTAINTY

Well, Shepler might be hurled from that certainty by one hour of determined action.

It was difficult to state with certainty what bad deed she had ever done, or what good deed.

There was no lessening of the expression of certainty on the young man's face.

Gracie Dennis thought she saw the certainty of failure, and was sorry for it.

Mary's voice came with a certainty of conviction born of fact.

And suspicion grew to certainty that she and Reid were lovers.

She could not recover her ease of mind until she had the certainty that she was still beloved.

We have not yet been informed with certainty what course the enemy have steered.

Still there was nothing like certainty; 'twas always best to be off wi' the old, an' so forth!

The only difference between the two is the range at which this certainty exists.

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