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Adjective
Completely confident that one is right
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“I am sure that it happened exactly as I described.”
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Having confidence in doing or achieving something
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“He had studied hard and was sure that he would ace his exam.”
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True beyond any doubt
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“What is sure is that learning is a complex business.”
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Showing confidence or assurance
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“Each of these works exhibits a sure sense of rhythm, ensemble, and interactive music-making.”
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Able to be relied on or trusted
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“Then he went quiet, a sure sign that he had lost the argument.”
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Certain or very likely to occur
“Without an umbrella, we are sure to get wet if it starts to rain.”
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Certain to happen
“If the team doesn't get their act together, this project is going to be a sure failure.”
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Capable of being trusted
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“Brave as the sword he wears, and bold as a lion, he is a sure friend and an irreconcilable enemy.”
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Concerned with what is actually the case (based on facts)
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Conceited or confident in a bold or cheeky way
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Not easily persuaded to change beliefs or opinions
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Certain to remain safe and unthreatened
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Having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact
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Having a greater-than-even chance of occurring
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Too powerful or convincing to be resisted
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(informal) Truly meaning something said that was outrageous in nature
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Displaying logic and common sense
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(of a person) Calm and self-controlled
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Feeling no fear or anxiety
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Not able or likely to cause harm
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Frequented or used by travelers
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In control
Adverb
Definitely, without a doubt
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“We sure could use some help down here.”
Adverb
To a deep, complete, and intense extent
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Adverb
Exactly as stated or indicated
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Interjection
Expresses agreement in the affirmative
Sure, I'll come along with you.”
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Expresses consent to a proposition
Sure, just do whatever you want.”
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Don't mention it
Verb
To determine the future or the fate of something in advance
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