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adverb as in in an assured manner

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The company’s lead investor, Jan Hammer of Index Ventures, said by email he is confident Tenev is up to the job.

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The virus is common enough now in a lot of places that you can’t really be confident that even a small event doesn’t include someone contagious.

I feel pretty confident about that on a 12-month, 18-month basis.

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Wright was confident he had worked hard enough to have a shot at the roster, but when he left for the airport, his mom, Nina, knew he was nervous.

We found that the feature delivers on its promise of taking the stress out of backing that trailer into your campsite, which should let trailer-towing newbies feel more confident in renting a camper and heading to the great outdoors.

Motorcycles roar and swerve around women who balance soaring bundles confidently on their heads.

A party that cannot make these decisions openly and confidently will stumble in 2016.

While Maye confidently presides over the public trial, her private life has fallen into disarray.

Prince George totters confidently towards the camera in this pic, released to mark his first birthday which falls on Tuesday.

Yet Boies and Olson confidently claim credit not only for a fine legal victory but for changing the country with their lawsuit.

We thought that we should now quietly pursue our way upon the placid sea, trusting confidently in its peaceful name.

Then, as Jessie had confidently anticipated, another figure emerged as if from the door of the garden and hailed the other hansom.

She confidently expects to discover a gold mine, and so that's another reason why she thinks Allen ought to be here.

But of these unfavorable conditions we knew nothing, and pressed confidently forward.

But Mrs Mildmay had spoken rather more confidently about Jacinth than she quite felt.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to confidently, such as: positively, assuredly, having conviction, and with conviction.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.