Definition of Certainly. Meaning of Certainly. Synonyms of Certainly

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Definition of Certainly

Certainly
Certainly Cer"tain*ly, adv. Without doubt or question; unquestionably.

Meaning of Certainly from wikipedia

- Certainty is perfect knowledge that has total security from error, or the mental state of being without doubt. Objectively defined, certainty is total...
- playing football caused this," Clark wrote. "I don’t know for sure. But I certainly suspect it did. And I encourage the National Football League Players ****ociation...
- dying wish that he marry Catherine. Whether or not this was true, it was certainly convenient. Emperor Maximilian I had been attempting to marry his granddaughter...
- programme, many of which were produced by Mercian scholars. Other dialects certainly continued to be spoken, as is evidenced by the continued variation between...
- and the continuity of the paths of Brownian motion. The terms almost certainly (a.c.) and almost always (a.a.) are also used. Almost never describes...
- mom and I." In a 2004 interview, Hall stated of his father's death: "Certainly, for a young boy, there's no good age, but I think I was on the cusp of...
- to say on this record that President Clinton is not guilty. But I am certainly not prepared to say that he is guilty. There are precedents for a Senator...
- moved back to Melbourne and then back out there and then back again. Certainly most of my childhood was in Melbourne but probably my most vivid memories...
- examples: A man being led out to be hanged at dawn says, 'Well, the day is certainly starting well.' It's generally called Jewish humor in this country. Actually...
- statue impressed Michelangelo's contemporaries. Vasari described it as "certainly a miracle that of Michelangelo, to restore to life one who was dead,"...
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