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adjective as in dependable

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Leveraging Google My Business is a surefire way to give your business a much-needed visibility boost.

This is a surefire recipe for a treat that delivers on appearance without making you work too hard.

In Charlie Kolar, a surefire NFL draft pick, Iowa State has the school’s all-time single-season record holder for receiving yards by a tight end.

The Game of Life, currently published by Hasbro, is a surefire family bet available on a budget that follows a time-tested formula for fun.

Urging such high-risk people to stay home and safe this Thanksgiving is the most surefire way to prevent that reality from becoming even more entrenched.

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But even before adults enter their senior years, children are not a surefire way to inoculate against loneliness.

So Hachette and the other publishers were all ears when Steve Jobs came a-calling with a surefire way to jack up e-book prices.

If you should one day decide to be a teacher, or seek a public office, this is a surefire way to block such endeavors.

A surefire way to keep ‘The View’ as kooky as ever: hire Jenny McCarthy.

The only surefire way to prevent that is to be constantly changing up your devices.

It was a surefire way of reminding the captains that men and frogs were brothers under the skin.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to surefire, such as: foolproof, certain, excellent, fail-safe, good, and infallible.

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