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Definition of Certainly


  1. Without doubt or question; unquestionably.

Certainly Quotations

Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.
Mary Ritter Beard

I do have a childlike enthusiasm at times. I certainly enjoy life and get pleasure sometimes in childish things.
Brian Baumgartner

Some people have a mistaken idea that all thoughts disappear through meditation and we enter a state of blankness. There certainly are times of great tranquility when concentration is strong and we have few, if any, thoughts. But other times, we can be flooded with memories, plans or random thinking. It's important not to blame yourself.
Sharon Salzberg

All who call on God in true faith, earnestly from the heart, will certainly be heard, and will receive what they have asked and desired.
Martin Luther

We're all caught up in circumstances, and we're all good and evil. When you're really hungry, for instance, you'll do anything to survive. I think the most evil thing - well, maybe that's too strong - but certainly a very evil thing is judgment, the sin of ignorance.
Anthony Hopkins
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Certainly Translations

certainly in Afrikaans is seker, tog, sekerlik
certainly in Danish is nok
certainly in Dutch is bepaald, vast, zeker, wel degelijk
certainly in Finnish is han
certainly in French is certainement, certes, surement
certainly in Italian is ovvio, certamente
certainly in Latin is quidem, certe, quidem, etiam, scilicet, omnino
certainly in Portuguese is certamente
certainly in Spanish is ciertamente