sure enough

[ shoo r-i-nuhf, shur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF sure enough

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Sure enough—they were in Chicago and had dinner with us on their way out.

So the man done it, and sure enough he was as blind as a bat in a minute.

And sure enough, we found it wuz the calculation of some on 'em.

"Sure enough, your honour desarved to be born a gentleman," said Christy.

If those were what be wanted, he had them, sure enough, of almost every age and size.

Up the hill came Tip, sure enough, with a firm, resolute step.

Yes, sure enough, the whole command was facing into column the other way!

And sure enough, after an interval, we too could distinguish the footfalls on the dry leaves.

Up he stepped to it, and sure enough, the princess was sitting in it.

Sure enough, he missed his way, and came to the dwelling of Laotzse.

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