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

- conclusion being that, in order to doubt, that which is doing the doubting certainly has to exist – the act of doubting thus proving the existence of the doubter...
- President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you". Kennedy's reply – "No, you certainly can't" – were his last words. From Houston Street, the limousine made...
- 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...
- India Catalina (c. 1495 – 1???) was an indigenous child (almost certainly Calamari) from the Colombian Atlantic coast, who accompanied Pedro de Heredia...
- Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False is a 2012 book by the philosopher Thomas Nagel. Nagel argues that...
- thought of as Italo-Celtic forms, as they are certainly shared by the two families and are almost certainly not coincidental. The traditional interpretation...
- Jeff.) Finch observes that a m****ive storm approaching St. Louis would certainly destroy the area and kill him. Finch, Jeff, Dewey, and Goodyear set out...
- considered to be religious charlatans.[citation needed] He taught that god certainly dwells in the heart of one who is pure in thoughts, words and deed. A...
- The Pesse canoe is believed to be the world's oldest known boat, and certainly the oldest known canoe. Carbon dating indicates that the boat was constructed...
- and later was listed at 18 Bury Street. Hall is credited with "almost certainly" being the first engraver to use steel plates in map engraving. Hall died...