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absolute sure; certain. [1/4 definitions]
affirmative action a policy to make sure certain groups of people are given a fair chance for jobs and education. In particular, this policy is for minority groups and women who were not given these opportunities in the past. Regulations made by the U.S. government support affirmative action.
assurance a condition of being sure or sure of oneself. [1/2 definitions]
at loose ends without clear plans or things to do; not sure what to do with oneself; uneasy.
bail1 money left with a court to make sure that a person who is set free after arrest will return for trial. [1/3 definitions]
believe in to be sure of the ability or value of. [1/2 definitions]
bet to feel sure or confident without knowing (something) as a fact. [1/4 definitions]
bound1 certain; sure. [1/4 definitions]
certain sure; positive; having no doubt. [1/4 definitions]
certainty the state of being sure or confident. [1/2 definitions]
chaperone an adult who goes along with young people in a social situation to make sure they behave properly and are safe.
check a test or search to make sure that something is correct or in order. [2/11 definitions]
checkup any examination of a person or thing. Having a doctor look closely at a body to make sure that a person is healthy is one kind of checkup. Having a mechanic look at a car to make sure it is running properly is another kind of checkup.
cocky sure of oneself in a rude way; arrogant.
confident having trust or faith; satisfied and sure. [2 definitions]
definite known without a doubt; certain; sure. [1/2 definitions]
doubt to not know for sure; be uncertain about the truth of. [2/5 definitions]
ensure to make sure or certain. [1/2 definitions]
eventual sure to happen at some time in the future.
executive the branch of government that manages the business of the country and makes sure that laws are carried out. [1/4 definitions]
falter to move, speak, or act in a way that is not sure or not steady; stumble. [2 definitions]