Found 3 items, similar to SURE.
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English → English
adj 1: having or feeling no doubt or uncertainty; confident and
assured; “felt certain of success”
; “was sure (or
certain) she had seen it”
; “was very sure in his
; “sure of her friends”
2: exercising or taking care great enough to bring assurance;
“be certain to disconnect the iron when you are through”
“be sure to lock the doors”
3: certain to occur; destined or inevitable; “he was certain to
; “his fate is certain”
; “In this life nothing is
certain but death and taxes”
- Benjamin Franklin; “he faced
; “sudden but sure regret”
; “he is sure to
] [ant: uncertain
4: physically secure or dependable; “a sure footing”
; “was on
5: capable of being depended on; “a quick and certain remedy”
“a sure way to distinguish the two”
; “wood dust is a sure
sign of termites”
6: (of persons) worthy of trust or confidence; “a sure (or
7: infallible or unfailing; “a sure (or true) sign of one's
8: certain not to fail; “a sure hand on the throttle”
9: impossible to doubt or dispute; “indisputable (or sure)
adv : definitely or positively (`sure' is sometimes used
informally for `surely'); “the results are surely
; “she certainly is a hard worker”
going to be a good day for sure”
; “they are coming, for
; “they thought he had been killed sure
; “he'll win sure as shooting”
; “they sure smell
; “sure he'll come”
, for sure
, for certain
, sure enough
, sure as shooting
English → English
In a sure manner; safely; certainly. “Great, sure, shall be
'T is pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.
, a. [Compar. Surer
; superl. Surest
.] [OE. sur,
OF. se["u]r, F. s[^u]r, L. securus; se aside, without + cura
care. See Secure
, and cf. Assure
1. Certainly knowing and believing; confident beyond doubt;
implicity trusting; unquestioning; positive.
We are sure that the judgment of God is according to
truth against them which commit such things. --Rom.
I'm sure care 's an enemy of life. --Shak.
2. Certain to find or retain; as, to be sure of game; to be
sure of success; to be sure of life or health.
3. Fit or worthy to be depended on; certain not to fail or
disappoint expectation; unfailing; strong; permanent;
enduring. “His sure word.”
The Lord will certainly make my lord a sure house;
because my lord fighteth the battles of the Lord.
--1 Sam. xxv.
The testimony of the Lord is sure. --Ps. xix. 7.
Which put in good sure leather sacks. --Chapman.
4. Betrothed; engaged to marry. [Obs.]
The king was sure to Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and her
husband before God. --Sir T. More.
I presume . . . that you had been sure as fast as
faith could bind you, man and wife. --Brome.
5. Free from danger; safe; secure.
Fear not; the forest is not three leagues off;
If we recover that we are sure enough. --Shak.
To be sure
, or Be sure
, certainly; without doubt; as,
Shall you do? To be sure I shall.
To make sure
(a) To make certain; to secure so that there can be no
failure of the purpose or object. “Make Cato sure.”
--Addison. “A peace can not fail, provided we make
sure of Spain.”
--Sir W. Temple.
(b) To betroth. [Obs.]
She that's made sure to him she loves not well.
Syn: Certain; unfailing; infallible; safe; firm; permanent;
steady; stable; strong; secure; indisputable; confident;