Certainly [adverb]

Definition of Certainly:

without doubt

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Sentence/Example of Certainly:

There was a rumor that Alessandro and his father had both died; but no one knew anything certainly.

I doubt if the modern community can afford to continue it; it certainly cannot afford to extend it very widely.

Yet it certainly would render the country more agreeable to strangers, whether sojourners or mere travelers.

The Austrian soldiers, regarded as mere fighting machines, are certainly well got up.

There was still visible on it the stain where he had wiped his hand, and this stain seemed certainly blood.

She may be as chaste as unsunned snow, she is certainly as cold: but for warm, inspiring virtue!

Certainly there are no five miles equal in rugged grandeur to those beginning just below and ending above West Point.

I say, my good friend, I have come all the way back to ask you how you were able to say that it would certainly rain to-day?

Tony's stool was nearer to the bass keys of the piano, while the sofa Lettice lay upon had certainly been drawn up towards him.

I would certainly; and as I am much interested in the subject, I will willingly give you five dollars for your rule.