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  • 161sure enough — {adv.} As expected. * /Charles was afraid he had done badly on the test, and sure enough, his grade was failing./ * /The children saw a familiar shape coming up the street and hoped it was their lost dog. When it came near, sure enough, it was… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 162sure-enough — {adj.} Real; genuine. * /Rick found a sure enough nickel./ * /Martha s uncle gave her a sure enough pearl on a little gold chain./ * /Jane s uncle is a sure enough cowboy./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 163Sure of You (novel) — infobox Book | name = Sure of You title orig = translator = image caption = author = Armistead Maupin illustrator = cover artist = country = USA language = English series = Tales of the City genre = Novel publisher = HarperCollins release date =… …

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  • 164sure thing — 1. something that is or is supposed to be a certain success, as a bet or a business venture: He thinks that real estate is a sure thing. 2. something assured; certainty: It s a sure thing that he ll refuse to cooperate. 3. surely; for sure; O.K.; …

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  • 165Sure Cures — Filmdaten Originaltitel Sure Cures Produktionsland USA …

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  • 166sure\ sure — used when you know a friend is exagerating or lying man i drank 34 beer last night. your response would be sure sure …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 167sure\ sure — used when you know a friend is exagerating or lying man i drank 34 beer last night. your response would be sure sure …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 168sure\ enough — adv As expected. Charles was afraid he had done badly on the test, and sure enough, his grade was failing. The children saw a familiar shape coming up the street and hoped it was their lost dog. When it came near, sure enough, it was Spot.… …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 169sure-enough — adj Real; genuine. Rick found a sure enough nickel. Martha s uncle gave her a sure enough pearl on a little gold chain. Jane s uncle is a sure enough cowboy …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 170sure as hell — very sure, certain, a sure bet    If you leave food around, the bears will come sure as hell! …

    English idioms

  • 171sure thing — 1) something sure to happen, something about which there is no doubt His promotion to senior manager is a sure thing according to the president. 2) of course, certainly Sure thing, I would be glad to help you with your homework tonight …

    Idioms and examples

  • 172sure thing — n. something that is absolutely certain. □ It’s a sure thing! You can’t lose! □ Well, it looks like the sure thing didn’t turn out to be so sure, after all …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 173sure-footed — adjective Date: 1633 not liable to stumble, fall, or err • sure footedly adverb • sure footedness noun …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 174sure thing — 1. interjection a) A reply to thank you. Thanks a lot for your help. / Sure thing! b) An affirmative reply; yes; certainly. Can you finish by tomorrow? / Sure thing! 2 …

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  • 175sure enough — Synonyms and related words: absolute, actual, apodictic, ascertained, attested, authentic, authenticated, bona fide, bound, candid, card carrying, categorically true, certain, certified, clear, clear and distinct, clear as day, conclusive,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 176sure-fire — also surefire ADJ: ADJ n A sure fire thing is something that is certain to succeed or win. [INFORMAL] If something s a sure fire hit then Radio One will play it. ...a surefire best seller. Syn: guaranteed …

    English dictionary

  • 177sure-footed — adjective 1》 unlikely to stumble or slip. 2》 confident and competent. Derivatives sure footedly adverb sure footedness noun …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 178sure thing — spoken 1) used for agreeing to something Can you give me a hand moving this table? Sure thing. 2) American used as a reply when someone thanks you Thanks for your call, Joe. Sure thing …

    English dictionary

  • 179sure-fire — /ˈʃɔ faɪə / (say shaw fuyuh) adjective Colloquial certain to succeed; assured: a sure fire winner for tomorrow s race. {US English (1900s) sure + fire (def. 15) …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 180sure-footed — /ˈʃɔ fʊtəd/ (say shaw footuhd) adjective 1. not liable to stumble, slip, or fall. 2. proceeding surely; unerring. –sure footedly, adverb –sure footedness, noun …

    Australian-English dictionary