from The Century Dictionary.
- Certainly; indubitably.
- With assurance; confidently; impudently.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb Certainly; indubitably.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb without a doubt
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It most assuredly is NOT a tax and the legislation specifically avoids the term “tax”.
But it most assuredly is an eff up, and all that remains is seeing how the eff up will unfold.
I'm on record stating my admiration for many things about the USA, but the health care system most assuredly is not one of them.
And this, assuredly, is what every parole system must provide.
It assuredly is not one of production, despite the many improvements which might be made in our productive methods.
Your mother, who assuredly is not cold as to your interests, is not at all troubled by what took place.
Fleda's eyes were too dim to see white birch or holly, and she had no longer the least desire to have the latter; but with that infallible tact which assuredly is the gift of nature and no other, she answered, in a voice that she forced to be clear, "O yes! thank you, Grandpapa;" – and stealthily dashing away the tears, clambered down from the rickety little wagon, and plunged with a cheerful step at least, through trees and underbrush to the clump of holly.
She was a human being if you will, a Christian in creed and name assuredly; but beyond and above all things she was
Grey brings much of the same kind of assuredly affectless quality to this role as she does in her work in adult film, and it is this kabuki interplay between the various characters she inhabits both in and outside of the world onscreen that adds to the film in a way a "traditional" actress would not.
The effect of this change is such as assuredly the ingenious person who made it never contemplated.