Certainty (noun)

  1. The state of being certain; the quality of being sure or certain.
  2. A fact or truth that is known or certain.


From old french certeine, from latin certus ("fixed, settled, sure, certai.n")


  1. She spoke with certainty about the outcome of the election.
  2. The scientist expressed certainty that the new theory was correct.
  3. The outcome of the game was a certainty.
  4. The certainty of death and taxes is a famous quote from Benjamin Franklin.
  5. There is no certainty in life, only probability.
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