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Surely

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  1. sur·ly (sûr′lē) adj. sur·li·er, sur·li·est 1. Sullenly ill-humored; gruff. 2. Threatening, as of weather conditions; ominous: surly clouds filled the sky. 3. Obsolete Arrogant; domineering. [Middle English sirly, masterful, lordly, from sir, lord; see sir.] sur′li·ly adv. sur′li·ness n. surly (ˈsɜːlɪ) adj, -lier or .
  2. Surely is a derived term of sure. As adverbs the difference between surely and sure is that surely is without fail while sure is without doubt. As a adjective sure is physically secure and certain, non-failing, reliable. As a interjection sure is yes, of course.
  3. Aug 02,  · Another word for surely: it must be the case that, without question, assuredly | Collins English Thesaurus.
  4. surely definition: 1. with assurance or confidence; in a sure, unhesitating manner 2. without a doubt; assuredly; certainly: often used as an intensive emphasizing a supposition: surely you don't believe that! 3. without risk of failing: chiefly in s.
  5. Synonyms for surely at conlaycirechefasecasatenchuker.coinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for surely.
  6. ‘If this is true, surely each outlet should be doing all it can to ensure holiday-makers make return visits.’ ‘If this is true, surely it has its own rights, including the right to live.’ ‘If better diagnosis is an acceptable reason for the rising rates of autism then surely the converse is true.’.
  7. sure·ly (sho͝or′lē) adv. 1. With confidence; unhesitatingly. 2. Undoubtedly; certainly: You surely can't be serious. 3. Without fail: Slowly but surely spring returns. surely (ˈʃʊəlɪ; ˈʃɔː-) adv 1. without doubt; assuredly: things could surely not have been worse. 2. without fail; inexorably (esp in the phrase slowly but surely.

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