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This year, as the likelihood of a shutdown looks more certain than ever, Boxer's bill has one co-sponsor, Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA).

And after the recall vote in Colorado on September 10, it seems more certain than ever that nothing will be done to prevent it.

The count is now 247 cases and 19 deaths with many more certain to come.

Instead, the banks have only become bigger, he notes, and more certain that the government will consider them to big to fail.

"The more certain the advance seems to be, the fiercer will be the bears' last attack," he said.

The nearer she came to the English life, the more certain forces in her, deeply infused, rose up and made their protest.

Nothing is more certain than that the church of God ceased to exist on the earth when new revelation ceased to be given.

We are unable to say any thing more certain concerning the person to whom our author has addressed his work.

Nothing was more certain in the father's mind than that Jim had fired the shot.

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On this page you'll find 248 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to certain, such as: convinced, positive, sure, assertive, assured, and believing.

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

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