certitude


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the fact or condition of being without doubt

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total certainty or greater certainty than circumstances warrant

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He looked at them sweetly and benignantly, and it seemed to them that they received a message from his tremendous certitude of soul.
Slowly, point by point, as she entered the lagoon, the PYRENEES described the circle that put her before the wind; and point by point, with all the calm certitude of a thousand years of time to spare, McCoy chanted the changing course.
There, and in the eyes, was the secret of the certitude with which she carried the heavy sacks up the steep steps, with never a false step or overbalance, and emptied them in the grain-bin.
Again I was impressed by the enormous certitude of her.
We had been talking for an hour, she with that slow certitude of eternity that so befitted her; and, for the life of me, I could lay no finger on the motives that ran through the tangled warp and woof of her.
Swiftness and certitude require strength, and the man had not this strength.
It must always remain the great curiosity of history--a whim, a fantasy, an apparition, a thing unexpected and undreamed; and it should serve as a warning to those rash political theorists of to-day who speak with certitude of social processes.
Something desperate and vague, a flicker of an insane desire to abase himself before the mysterious impulses of evil, to ask for mercy in some way, passed through his mind; and then came the idea, the persuasion, the certitude, that the evil must be forgotten--must be resolutely ignored to make life possible; that the knowledge must be kept out of mind, out of sight, like the knowledge of certain death is kept out of the daily existence of men.
The Foreign Affairs Minister said that no certitude was given on this matters but all information converge towards the fact that Chourabi and Ktari are still alive.
au monde, la voie de la certitude : l'essence de la Photographie est de ratifier ce qu'elle represente (-) Cette certitude, aucun ecrit ne peut me la donner (-) le noeme du langage est peut-etre cette impuissance (-) le langage est, par nature, fictionnel; pour essayer de rendre le langage infictionnel, il faut un enorme dispositif de mesures : on convoque la logique, ou, a defaut le serment; mais la photographie, elle, est indifferente a tout relais : elle n'invente pas; elle est l'authentification meme[beaucoup plus grand que], ecrivait le semiologue francais Roland Barthes dans son oeuvre [beaucoup moins que]La chambre claire[beaucoup plus grand que].
support and expressed certitude that this Washington meeting would ensure further development of the U.
A chaque fois, je l'accroche et je reviens dessus, avec certitude, car je maitrise le dessin, la couleur, la connaissance de la matiere, l'esprit de la composition.
Thus, the certitude that is frequently expressed in policy analysis often is not credible.
For those desiring the certitude and security of being the sole representative presence of Jesus, the fresh air of Pope Francis is a threat.
Nous avons la certitude de gagner", a-t-il dit soulignant les "exploits politiques et militaires" du regime.