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Certain

Pronunciation of Certain
/sˈɜːtən/, /sˈɜːtən/, /s_ˈɜː_t_ə_n/

Synonyms for certain:

Sense 5

reservation, portion, uncertainty, resolution, unsettled, confidence, decision, assure, purpose, will, firmness.

Sense 6

lot, question, distinct, wonder, resolve.

Sense 7

due, secure.

Sense 10

double.

Sense 11

firm.

Sense 14

open.

Sense 16

hard.

Sense 26

close.

Sense 28

good.

assured

bag.

deciding

determining.

doubtless

doubt.

fated

fated, inevitable.

incontestable

airtight.

inescapable

unavoidable.

inevitable

necessary.

plain

self-explanatory.

predestined

foregone, predestined.

prompt

unhesitating.

self-confident

self-assured.

sure

unfailing.

unchallenged

undisputed.

unerring

infallible.

without doubt

Questionless.

absolute (adjective)

conclusive, supreme, unrestricted, absolute, sure, unmitigated, categorical, positive, unconditional, definite, complete, unqualified, unequivocal, utter, undeniable, indubitable, consummate, perfect.

accepted (adjective)

undisputed.

affirmative (adjective)

assertive, declarative, sure, definite, affirmative, categorical, predicative, positive, insistent.

aggressive (adjective)

assertive.

beyond doubt (adjective)

indisputable.

beyond question (adjective)

irrefutable.

bound (adjective)

fated.

categorical (adjective)

indubitable, unqualified, typical, unconditional, unequivocal, outright, undeniable, denominational, categorical, definite, sure, absolute, flat.

certain (adjective)

decisive, absolute, definite, indisputable, sure, assured, steadfast, doubtless, set, positive, Irrefragable, unequivocal, veritable, unmistakable, undoubted, incontestable, unquestionable, trusting, incontrovertible, indubitable, convinced, decided, undeniable, confident, patent, clear, irrefutable.

confident (adjective)

assured, convinced, undoubting, sure, assertive, secure, satisfied, Questionless, positive.

content (adjective)

satisfied.

fixed (adjective)

certified, decided, bound, settled, established.

perfect (adjective)

perfect.

permanent (adjective)

irrevocable.

reliable (adjective)

dependable, devoted, trusty, reliable, conscientious, official, loyal, trustworthy, faithful.

sure-fire (adjective)

surefire.

true (adjective)

right, honest, veracious, true, absolute, axiomatic, factual, authentic, proven, definite, gospel.

unavoidable (adjective)

inescapable.

undisputed (adjective)

undoubted.

unerring (adjective)

unerring.

Sense 2 (noun)

definitely, objective.

Sense 3 (noun)

determiner, My, dozen, an, every, Its, mine, double.

Sense 5 (noun)

good, likely, possibly, probably, probable, expected.

Sense 6 (noun)

firm, fixed.

Sense 7 (noun)

unavoidable, inescapable, inevitable.

Sense 8 (noun)

unassailable, undisputable, inarguable, hard.

Sense 10 (noun)

unerring, unfailing, secure, infallible.

Sense 11 (noun)

undoubting.

certain (noun)

indisputable, unavoidable, established, bound, fated, convinced, inevitable, definite, fixed, undoubted, absolute, conclusive, positive, settled, inescapable, sure, unquestionable, undeniable, confident, ineluctable, clear, incontrovertible, decided, irrefutable, destined, doomed, indubitable, assured, true.

confident (noun)

Questionless, undoubting, secure, satisfied.

fixed (noun)

settled.

sure (noun)

destined, inevitable.

approaching (verb)

coming.

Usage examples for certain:

  • That's certain, Mr. Neale. - "The Chestermarke Instinct", J. S. Fletcher.
  • You're certain- quite certain, Smidgkin! - "Semiramis and Other Plays Semiramis, Carlotta And The Poet", Olive Tilford Dargan.
  • You two can't go back to- night, that is certain. - "Whispering Smith", Frank H. Spearman.

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