infallibly

[ in-fal-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF infallibly
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Certain causes will infallibly be succeeded by certain effects.

Be it so; only, bethink you that one of us will infallibly be killed.

Ergo, again, ours must infallibly top the markets of the world.

The hand of God is raised against it and will infallibly strike it.

You will infallibly suspect me of having chosen them thus on purpose.

He looked what he was—unconquerable; and if she had not loved him already, she must infallibly have loved him then.

Lazar assured me, we should, most infallibly, be attacked on the road.

The slightest contretemps must infallibly upset him altogether.

We've got a woman who knows, infallibly, who's going to marry whom!

He who adventures into them without a guide is infallibly lost.

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