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The only sure thing in diets is that there’ll be a new one as soon everyone’s tired of this one.

After everything that’s happened, nothing with Boeing is a sure thing.

However, e-commerce growth is a sure thing and multiple surveys have confirmed that holiday shopping is already underway, following Prime Day.

Accordingly, our prediction model gives Los Angeles a 69 percent chance of winning its first title since 1988 — big by baseball standards, but far from a sure thing.

If the Foxes looked like a safe bet for Champions League qualification before City’s ban, they looked a sure thing in its aftermath.

But people have always liked, and will like, the idea of a “sure thing.”

And her work in Trip to Bountiful was widely hailed as an Emmy sure thing.

And I have a room full of venture capitalists, and they say, “Sure thing, how much does it cost?”

The show became such a sure thing, in fact, that Phantom of the Opera no longer holds the record for opening day sales.

Just ask Eddie Murphy, who lost his “sure-thing” Oscar following back-to-back dud speeches for Dreamgirls.

The only sure thing about most of those schemes is the certainty of 'going bust' and losing every penny you have in the world.

He had had a sure thing then, and it was whisked away just when it would have enabled him to pass the crisis of his life.

Stevens and some of the girls in her set say it was considered a sure thing.

Ned Foster would never have advised me to put my all on Averstone unless he knew it was a sure thing.

Sounded like an attack, sure thing, said Kentucky, but whether our side is pushing or being pushed I have not a notion.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sure-thing, such as: absolute, accurate, actual, authentic, authenticated, and bona fide.

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