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- adv. In a confident manner; with confidence; with strong assurance; positively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With confidence; with strong assurance; positively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a confident manner; with firm trust; with strong assurance; without doubt or wavering of opinion; positively; dogmatically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with confidence; in a confident manner
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It would be very easy to write a very stupid religion-and-Torchwood story; but Minchin confidently takes Gwen and Rhys through matters ecclesiastical, in what for me is the slightly foreign church environment of South Wales.
To those questioning the stability of this thing, all I can say confidently is that it's totally adequate for the size and weight of my computer - it doesn't budge, even when I (constantly) bump into my desk accidentally.
What I can state confidently is that Splice is definitely not that ...
Armed with LOW's knowledge I went in confidently asking for 20 1 oz silver bars.
"What can be stated confidently is that no credible evidence exists which can tie the Kennedys (nor, for that matter, the Mafia) into a murder plot."
For instance, with the Rocket Spanish program, audio clips are embedded into the grammar lessons so you can confidently say the Spanish words and phrases.
Or, in my case, that the sweater I’m kntting so confidently is not going to fit.
“Come to take part in our coup d’etat?” he said, confidently pronouncing the French words with a bad accent.
And so he was able to call confidently upon his fellow countrymen to make sacrifices for
From out the midst of that desolate ocean — in a fever – smitten prison ship, leagues from land, surrounded by ruffians, thieves, and murderers, the baby voice of an innocent child called confidently on Heaven.