Surely

Definitions and meanings of "Surely"

What do we mean by Surely?

With confidence; unhesitatingly. adverb

Undoubtedly; certainly. adverb

Without fail. adverb

Certainly; infallibly; undoubtedly; assuredly: often used, like doubtless, in a manner implying doubt or question.

Firmly; stably; safely; securely.

In a sure or certain manner; certainly; infallibly; undoubtedly; assuredly. adverb

Without danger; firmly; steadly; securely. adverb

without fail. adverb

certainly, undoubtedly. adverb

With confidence. adverb

Definitely or positively (`sure' is sometimes used informally for `surely') adverb

It requires wisdom to understand wisdom: the music is nothing if the audience is deaf. [Walter Lippmann]

The word "surely" in example sentences

How to use surely in a sentence? Example sentences with the surely, a sentence example for surely, and how to make surely in sample sentence, how do I use the word surely in a sentence? How do you spell surely in a sentence?

If they are then, in a reverse of this situation, enabled to declare their London home as their principal home for Tax purposes, this surely is a feathering of the nest which, whilst lawful at the moment, ought to be abolished right away. A Corrosion Of Trust

"It Could Happen to You" (changed from "Cop Gives Waitress $2 Million Tip," the new title surely plays on "It Should Happen to You," George Cukor's lovely, little-known 1954 comedy) is shamelessly old-fashioned: it shouldn't float, but it does. Psst! Want a Good Tip?

After the publication of her second short story collection, Crucial Instances, Wharton received what she termed surely one of the tersest and most vigorous letters ever penned by an amateur critic. Archive 2006-09-01

Trevor's blog has a nicely representative rant on the closing of newspapers across the US (as well as boasting "The Gayest Podcast in Michigan" - a title surely not that highly coveted?): newmatilda.com - Comments

Trevor's blog has a nicely representative rant on the closing of newspapers across the US (as well as boasting "The Gayest Podcast in Michigan" - a title surely not that highly coveted?): newmatilda.com - Comments

The towering brass chorale of "Fanfare" symbolizes, as its title surely indicates, the ability of the common man to achieve the uncommon; while "An Outdoor Overture", written in the 1930s for the Manhattan High School of Music & Art, celebrates American youth. Amazon Online News and Classifieds

This surely is the measure of ‘lifeness’ and indeed great fiction: the amount of blood the reader and character share. Realism in Fiction

But to him the title surely belongs; and there is no competent judge, who, when made aware of the great talents and acquisitions, theoretical and practical, of Mr. Lewis in the science of music, will not cheerfully accord it to him. Music and Some Highly Musical People

This surely is the ultimate absurdity of the permissive society because it leads directly and inexorably to chaos and the rule of the jungle! Law Reform in a Changing Society

After the publication of her second short story collection, Crucial Instances, Wharton received what she termed surely one of the tersest and most vigorous letters ever penned by an amateur critic. Old New York, New Wyoming: Two Short Story Collections

There was a wife and a little, little baby, "Oh, _so_ little!" far up on the mountain-side; they would starve; surely, _surely_ they would starve! Shelled by an Unseen Foe

And finally Atalanta who I think will already be relegated. there are still three matches left. why have roma already conceded the title. players with tears, all round despondency is not going to help them. if they want to win the title surely they need to be mentally stronger The Guardian World News

Another title surely beckons at the European Indoor Championships in Paris in March. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

If they are then, in a reverse of this situation, enabled to declare their London home as their principal home for Tax purposes, this surely is a feathering of the nest which, whilst lawful at the moment, ought to be abolished right away. Archive 2007-09-23

"Oh, surely, _surely_ now, some ship will sight it and come in!" proclaimed Jean, as she turned to scan the sea, her face alight with the faith inspired by the faded colors. Where the Sun Swings North

"It Could Happen to You" (changed from "Cop Gives Waitress $2 Million Tip," the new title surely plays on "It Should Happen to You," George Cukor's lovely, little-known 1954 comedy) is shamelessly old-fashioned: it shouldn't float, but it does. Psst! Want A Good Tip?

Trevor's blog has a nicely representative rant on the closing of newspapers across the US (as well as boasting "The Gayest Podcast in Michigan" - a title surely not that highly coveted?): newmatilda.com - Comments

Trevor's blog has a nicely representative rant on the closing of newspapers across the US (as well as boasting "The Gayest Podcast in Michigan" - a title surely not that highly coveted?): newmatilda.com - Comments

The towering brass chorale of "Fanfare" symbolizes, as its title surely indicates, the ability of the common man to achieve the uncommon; while "An Outdoor Overture", written in the 1930s for the Manhattan High School of Music & Art, celebrates American youth. Amazon Online News and Classifieds

Trevor's blog has a nicely representative rant on the closing of newspapers across the US (as well as boasting "The Gayest Podcast in Michigan" - a title surely not that highly coveted?): newmatilda.com - Comments

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