certitude[ sur-ti-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF certitude
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Since then his slenderness has developed into plumpness and his hope into certitude.
I had had the presentiment of this, but the certitude of it now caused me intense grief.
Our main hope lies just in the certitude that he must come to town sooner or later.
This certitude would have made her put up with worse torments.
I had the certitude that this mother, refused in her heart to give her son up after all.
All—but the certitude immaterial and precious—the certitude of love and faith.
And it was I myself, perhaps, who could not face the certitude of his downfall.
He opened his arms with the certitude of clasping her to his breast in another second.
There had been a certitude that the battle would join about these fords.
On the spot there came to me the added shock of a certitude that it was not for me he had come there.