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conclusive, indubitable, absolute, categorical, unconditional, positive, sure, utter, unmitigated, supreme, undeniable, unqualified, complete, unrestricted, consummate, definite, perfect, unequivocal.
declarative, predicative, affirmative, insistent, definite, categorical, sure, positive, assertive.
impelled, duty-bound, having no alternative, Urged, fated, under compulsion, obliged, enslaved, articled, under necessity, apprenticed.
typical, denominational, flat, outright, no holds barred, sure, definite, straight out, unqualified, undeniable, categorical, absolute, indubitable, clear cut, unequivocal, no strings attached, unconditional.
decisive, patent, irrefutable, decided, set, trusting, unquestionable, steadfast, incontrovertible, confident, Irrefragable, definite, undoubted, indubitable, unequivocal, doubtless, positive, undeniable, clear, indisputable, absolute, assured, veritable, convinced, incontestable, unmistakable, sure.
cocksure, self-confident, Questionless, undisturbed, positive, unperturbed, sure, untroubled, unconcerned, satisfied, assertive, assured, convinced, undoubting, Undoubtful, secure, calm, sanguine, believing.
Evincible, ascertainable, attestable, Inferable.
concluded, stated, warranted, established, certified, Stipulated, decided, bound, settled, ensured, insured.
FAILSAFE, idiot-proof, goofproof.
foolproof, Undeceivable, inerrable, inerrant, apodictic.
irreversible, irretrievable, unreversible, unrepealable.
on the button, on the money, perfect, dead on, a turn, to a turn, bull's eye, to turn, on target, bulls-eye.
confirmable, testable, Undoubtable, deductible.
referring to a specifically known amount
individual, marked, special, many, numerous, one, some, a few, specific, sundry, regular, upwards of, divers, precise, a couple, several, defined, express, singular, various, specified, particular.
faithful, devoted, trusty, truehearted, loyal, trustworthy, dependable, official, reliable, incorrupt, conscientious, True-hearted, true-blue, high-principled, there.
non-poisonous, riskless, unpolluted, nonpoisonous, safest, Uninjurious, innoxious, SAFER, risk-free, non-toxic, nontoxic.
Earmarked, extra ordinary.
factual, true, veracious, honest, axiomatic, absolute, gospel, authentic, right, definite, proven.
inescapable, locked up.
determined, definite, undoubted, destined, infallible, conclusive, fixed, evident, authoritative, firm, predestined, set, absolute, undeniable, incontrovertible, confirmable, sure thing, trustworthy, safe, sound, irrefutable, supreme, unequivocal, unambiguous, known, guaranteed, indubitable, in the bag, plain, on ice, reliable, unerring, verifiable, genuine, clear, ascertained, true, establishable, provable, demonstrable, real, unmistakable, having down pat.
guaranteed, unambiguous, undisputed, plain, uncertain, inescapable, sound, doubtful, unassailable, unerring, accurate, infallible, evident.
doomed, decided, confident, conclusive, clear, unquestionable, absolute, home and dry, undoubted, determined, precise, some, true, inevitable, no ifs and buts, inexorable, ineluctable, obvious, convincing, cut and dried, settled, express, sure as eggs is eggs, specific, bound, Im certain hes telling the truth, particular, below a certain income, positive, to a certain extent, success is certain, convinced, Persuaded, partial, special, no two ways about it, bound to happen, destined, indubitable, indisputable, incontrovertible, established, in the bag, plain, undeniable, evident, its certain that she left yesterday, meant to happen, definite, fated, inescapable, irrefutable, unavoidable, individual, open-and-shut, fixed, assured, sure.
satisfied, undoubting, self-confident, undisturbed, calm, Questionless, untroubled, unperturbed, unwavering, secure, unconcerned, believing.
determined, inevitable, destined.
Examples of usage:
– Love and Lucy by Maurice Henry Hewlett
– Ravensdene Court by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
– Fruitfulness Fecondite by Emile Zola
– Ovington's Bank by Stanley J. Weyman
– Youth Challenges by Clarence B Kelland