assuredly

adverb
as·​sured·​ly | \ ə-ˈshu̇r-əd-lē How to pronounce assuredly (audio) \

Definition of assuredly

1 : without a doubt : certainly
2 : in an assured manner : confidently

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Examples of assuredly in a Sentence

The merger will almost assuredly lead to job layoffs. I am most assuredly the person you are looking for.
Recent Examples on the Web Either way, the show would almost assuredly pre-tape the entire thing to avoid any live technical glitches or to smooth-out any instances of people talking over each other, a common video chat nuisance that causes audio drops. Dalton Ross, EW.com, "Jeff Probst says they are 'still exploring options' for the Survivor finale," 22 Apr. 2020 Snell has one year left on his contract and will almost assuredly opt in. Dana Gauruder, Detroit Free Press, "Detroit Pistons' 2020-21 roster outlook: Who's staying and who's gone," 5 Apr. 2020 McKinney’s presence would assuredly be a boon to the defense for the considerable future. John Owning, Dallas News, "Film room: 5 defensive backs in the NFL draft who fit the Cowboys, including a best-case scenario for pick No. 17," 3 Apr. 2020 As Ty Rex comments, the face becomes more assuredly human around the mid 1:50s, which translates to about a million years ago assuming that the timescale in the video is linear (admittedly, a big assumption!). Quanta Magazine, "Solution: ‘Is It Turtles All the Way Down?’," 27 Mar. 2020 Unfortunately, your plant is almost assuredly gone. Neil Sperry, ExpressNews.com, "Down to Earth: Dealing with chickweed? Cover it now, treat it on Labor Day," 13 Feb. 2020 Well, considering that their scheme did not change the outcome of any games, and certainly didn’t affect the World Series they assuredly would have won anyway, their public contrition might be a mystery. Mike Finger, ExpressNews.com, "Finger: Astros apologize, but for what, exactly?," 13 Feb. 2020 Change is most assuredly coming to the elite ranks. Eamon Lynch, Golfweek, "Lynch: The USGA's distance report is out, and so begins the battle for golf's future," 4 Feb. 2020 As both daily life and election results proved, the city assuredly possessed an abundance of homegrown Nazis. Frederick Taylor, WSJ, "‘The Fire and the Darkness’ Review: Der Feuersturm," 31 Jan. 2020

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First Known Use of assuredly

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Assuredly.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/assuredly. Accessed 3 Jun. 2020.

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assuredly

adverb
How to pronounce assuredly (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of assuredly

formal
: without doubt
: in a way that shows that you are confident

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