Definitely [adverb]

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For all you last minute planners out there, there’s definitely plenty of time left to plan to bake your way to their hearts.

The difference now, Warren said, is that today “there definitely are more common touchpoints even for people who don’t play games.”

Refillable hand warmers will definitely need to be placed in a pouch to avoid burns, but the model you buy should come with one.

However, there’s definitely something to be said for having individual control over certain aspects.

Well, Summers is definitely on the outside at this moment, and there’s no reason to think he’s going to be bullied into silence.

This is definitely the way that looks the coolest and most professional.

In other words, the old adage “work smarter, not harder” definitely translates to running performance.

Two of Us—which is France’s official Oscar entry, and has also been nominated for a Golden Globe in the Foreign Language category—is most definitely a love story, but it’s not a cozy one.

It definitely has a haunting kind of quality to it, as all of his music does.

That’s definitely way, way up there, and I think ahead of Mahomes and Brady.