Common misspellings for sure

disere, surey, furue, serce, soare, surevy, somre, 2004survey, sarow, surrive, saughro, assurre, sorce, besure, sprea, hosre, surgeyr, surivor, ture, burue, s'more, surff, sre, skarey, surrvie, survire, lsurie, sarce, swuare, dure, suran, suryp, dsire, cesure, usure, suse, sature, lesiure, squre, scoure, surgy, nuro, liseure, sureys, jurey, lazure, forsure, naure, sotre, srore, serie, sqaure, sauare, strue, surevey, sirah, mesure, staure, scuare, asure, seiure, sprew, surele, sured, sezurie, sourece, hsare, surper, ssure, surley, nsure, soriee, maersure, suvere, sur, sowre, surre, siria, resure, surelly, sutre, syrvey, sceret, surs, bureu, sizure, xsura, smere, siiue, srouce, sourve, esure, ou're, suree, suumer, liezure, soureal, siera, skrow, surroun, suare, sureky, surp, suger, surip, surbey, suze, sure, sguare, surger, sirve, surar, fuure, suagr, suaro, supe, misury, sfae, seruge, sucer, stree, srudo, sruce, siezure, issure, usre, sezure, smeere, lesure, sorey, seazure, surise, souer, surte, maesure, suoer, seucre, streo, sureon, sugr, soryy, sugrey, ssorry, gurue, shoure, suers, sqare, sushe, sahrk, wasre, surga, suzy, surm, quare, squier, cerre, ceare, sureley, susre, siesure, sorde, surfy, surgey, pusre, suer, yu're, jure, suurvey, chesure, scre, squere, houre, sureto, nusre, srry, squrae, suche, wure, surugy, suregy, sourcre, srome, srve, mesuare, quore, surch, suress, suoreme, squae, sgare, sphare, suri, sqauer, sahre, soucre, scrw, suruf, sapre, moisure, soire, shre, surivur, syure, surg, asuure, savure, summre, sumury, casere, suure, saurce, sreme, surethe, suge, nersury, surum, ure, usuary, surery, keisure, sugre, szie, suret, bureo, lesuire, seugri, liesure, swaure, gsure, squee, sezuire, surce, shure, suerel, isore, siurce, surcure, swhere, scure, nuero, syrige, scrue, suepr, psare, serfe, shouro, scury, pusure, sercure, sruvey, spre, svere, scery, sare, seriew, mosouri, sureit, dosre, surite, fure, surup, surrel, messure, surjery, skare, secuere, sourec, masure, serige, asrea, sewre, disre, lisure, surgure, suvie, sute, hure, semore, slurr, surve, desure, arssure, surt, suire, seccure, syrp, syore, stury, dysurea, suce, suued, tsure, meseaure, iure, saure, squer, suttre, besare, seacure, pessure, sreem, soroc, aure, sacure, sorru, surene, sufre, oure, sune, serecy, samuri, wurr, pure, samurie, surede, soret, surfe, suqare, sicure, sures, suie, surivie, jurer, qurie, serier, sude, easire, surry, soure, supre, suoerior, fisure, yuo're, suker, survie, sarry, seziure, scyra, suwer, sware, syory, stiore, sufi, sujre, suyre, siree, usere, sugra, sarech, surel, soures, jusry, wsere, seasure, sureif, syrien, cerea, cosure, stre, mure, sauer, succure, wu're, sume, qure, surreder, sucure, sorre, sourge, srvey, nure, sssure, sureyou, surew, duri, surr, seure, nusrey, scire, surse, soory, usry, soroow, isure, israe, saguro, luisure, sourry, surea, srereo, surther, misurey, spuare, sunreay, sucee, surrort, surege, syre, d'zure, disuria, sture, smore, zereo, suffore, swere, sered, surage, seret, knre, durea, sureal, saurav, sorow, surupy, secire, usary, swure, seuzure, kure, skrew, mosure, surrow, serou, asssure, surergy, sequre, mossuri, surei, sesire, suhc, sureity, userer, survewy, suriver, spurr, soree, siure, disire, persure, sura, sezire, tsore, soorry, tesre, bure, cousre, sevure, sicere, mesaure, murer, sgree, srue, sule, bisare, srooy, sierre, spure, sobre, sesure, surive, stregh, surewe, srule, senure, suber, seule, surieve, survre, sur3e, suyrp, qurey, ssource, sw0re, surrep, sghare, rsure, mesuere, lessure, asura, sufe, surethey, samre, sdee, suviere, sryle, surace, cerrer, slure, survere, easure, suere, ziare, ussure, ssured, ciera, esire, wuro, murey, neosure, safre, sarah, saren, screa, sceure, suecre, seured, surat, seere, sghe, swhe, sichere, sirie, squew, soore, sirry, sorwry, soucr, souree, suorce, sururb, succ, sugare, sugry, suitre, sumer, segure, suryey, surfae, surgeo, sugerey, surveey, survyro, suitra, swera, surap, usrr, yure.

Definitions of sure

  1.   ( of persons) worthy of trust or confidence; " a sure ( or trusted) friend"
  2.   Certainly. To make sure, to make certain.
  3.   impossible to doubt or dispute; " indisputable ( or sure) proof"
  4.   definitely or positively; " the results are surely encouraging"; " she certainly is a hard worker"; " it's going to be a good day for sure"; " they are coming, for certain"; " they thought he had been killed sure enough"; " he'll win sure as shooting"; (` sure' is used informally for ` surely' as in" they sure smell good"; " sure he'll come")
  5.   Certainly knowing and believing; confident beyond doubt; implicity trusting; unquestioning; positive.
  6.   exercising or taking care great enough to bring assurance; " be certain to disconnect the iron when you are through"; " be sure to lock the doors"
  7.   certain not to fail; " a sure hand on the throttle"
  8.   Confident beyond doubt; as, I am sure it is true; certain; as, he is sure to succeed; reliable; as, this is a sure investment; firmly fixed; not likely to change or fail.
  9.   Cartain; positive.
  10.   Certain to find or retain; as, to be sure of game; to be sure of success; to be sure of life or health.
  11.   SURE, SURELY.
  12.   infallible or unfailing; " a sure ( or true) sign of one's commitment"
  13.   capable of being depended on; " a quick and certain remedy"; " a sure way to distinguish the two"; " wood dust is a sure sign of termites"
  14.   In a sure manner; safely; certainly.
  15.   Certain; not liable to failure, loss, or change; firm; stable; free from doubt or danger.
  16.   definitely or positively (` sure' is sometimes used informally for ` surely'); " the results are surely encouraging"; " she certainly is a hard worker"; " it's going to be a good day for sure"; " they are coming, for certain".
  17.   Certain; absolutely confident; secure; unfailing.
  18.   Fit or worthy to be depended on; certain not to fail or disappoint expectation; unfailing; strong; permanent; enduring.
  19.   Free from danger; safe; secure.
  20.   Secure: fit to be depended on: certain: strong: confident beyond doubt.
  21.   Reliable; trust worthy.
  22.   having or feeling no doubt or uncertainty; confident and assured; " felt certain of success"; " was sure ( or certain) she had seen it"; " was very sure in his beliefs"; " sure of her friends"
  23.   physically secure or dependable; " a sure footing"; " was on sure ground"
  24.   certain to occur; destined or inevitable; " he was certain to fail"; " his fate is certain"; " In this life nothing is certain but death and taxes"- Benjamin Franklin; " he faced certain death"; " sudden but sure regret"; " he is sure to win"
  25.   Betrothed; engaged to marry.
  26.   Certainly knowing; perfectly confident; certain; secure; firm; not liable to fail; certain of obtaining.
  27.   Certainly; without doubt.
  28.   Sureness.
  29.   Not liable to change or failure.

Antonyms for sure

disloyal, loose, unsafe, mystic, answerable, inconsequential, unfaithful, counterfeit, controversial, Foundationless, changeful, illogical, inconsequent, ballpark, Affrighted, preventable, imprecise, debatable, incertain, chancy, contingent, dubitable, hesitant, dark, variable, evident, hung up, bleary, atwitter, indefinite, lying, indecisive, unimaginable, approximative, reticent, inscrutable, unsubstantiated, implausible, nervy, diffident, untrue, grotesque, Controvertible, fluid, Suspecting, Conflicted, perilous, suspect, gauzy, inconceivable, casual, double-edged, pale, suspicious, refutable, undefined, fickle, iffy, murky, groundless, fallacious, insecure, disputed, perturbed, tense, fictitious, apparent, unpremeditated, undependable, hazardous, cryptic, unplanned, spurious, inconsistent, squishy, unconfirmed, treacherous, inconstant, improbable, accidental, doubting, faithless, unbelievable, horrified, theoretical, horror-struck, anxious, assumed, questionable, goosey, risky, disinclined, vacillating, evadable, incredible, elliptical, negotiable, avoidable, deceitful, worried, enigmatic, ambivalent, disputable, nonvalid, incidental, foggy, skittish, nonrational, ill at ease, terrified, fluctuating, misty, Unconceivable, unreasonable, unreasoning, temperamental, incredulous, unauthorized, volatile, jittery, reluctant, fabulous, moot, unwitting, ambiguous, uncertain, equivocal, ostensive, unsound, fluky, shadowy, scared, recreant, afraid, chance, ostensible, nebulous, mercurial, traitorous, unbelieving, aghast, indistinguishable, careless, putative, apocryphal, unlikely, unsupported, blurry, fantastic, fishy, antsy, unsure, mistrustful, dim, unconvinced, fallible, shocked, visionary, indisposed, shaky, reputed, hysterical, precarious, irrational, supposed, imaginative, terrorized, opaque, skeptical, obscure, fuzzy, frightened, unstable, unreliable, deep, unsteady, hypothetical, uneasy, baseless, Contradictable, unquiet, flickery, weak, undecided, Doubtable, unintended, jumpy, open, spooked, untruthful, unwarranted, undetermined, loath, uncompelling, untrusty, unsettled, indistinct, untrustworthy, arguable, troubled, mutable, disbelieving, pending, approximate, arcane, vague, presumed, questioning, untried, alarmed, Trustless, unresolved, dithery, unfounded, negativistic, hazy, exploded, fortuitous, unthinkable, nervous, false, mysterious, perfidious, unintentional, groping, faint, seeming, unassuming, Fuliginous, academic, SHOW-ME, Debated, illegitimate, distrustful, inexact, queasy, delphic, changeable, wavering, inadvertent, unpredictable, unassured, up in the air, prima facie, doubtful, mendacious, dodgy, inconclusive, unconvincing, fearful, scary, dubious, unclear, Issuable, blear, shady, dishonest, edgy, fanciful, aflutter, speculative, capricious, problematic, inaccurate, occult, cagey, flukey.

Quotes of sure

  1. I had my moments for sure but I wasn't confrontational. And sometimes you get on the court and you'd find yourself very confrontational. It was all a discovery. – Andre Agassi
  2. I was quite excited, but I was sure I wouldn't win the race. I am a realist. – Jean Alesi
  3. One sure way to lose another woman's friendship is to try to improve her flower arrangements. – Marcelene Cox
  4. You may be sure that the Americans will commit all the stupidities they can think of, plus some that are beyond imagination. – Charles de Gaulle
  5. This taught me a lesson, but I'm not quite sure what it is. – John McEnroe
  6. Yes, risk taking is inherently failure -prone. Otherwise, it would be called sure -thing -taking. – Jim McMahon
  7. My first job in all honesty is going to continue to be mom -in -chief. Making sure that in this transition, which will be even more of a transition for the girls... that they are settled and that they know they will continue to be the center of our universe. – Michelle Obama
  8. My personal philosophy is, you can be sure of nothing. – Robert M. Parker, Jr.
  9. The two things that could have been better is number one, to get major military force into the community almost immediately to make sure that there was law and order. Number two, we had enough helicopters to airlift food into the centers of population and those places. – Warren Rudman
  10. For sure the American people have access to more information now than any other people who have ever lived on earth. And I think we do a pretty good job of sorting out what's important. – Bob Schieffer
  11. I think these days an SF connection would be a boost to other books; I'm sure more people have read my two little detective puzzles because of the SF connection. – John Sladek
  12. I'm sure if we had made an album that was more traditional would have been released immediately. When we actually play this music on stage and people become familiar with it, it will become more popular. – Mick Taylor
  13. There are always some doubts when you do a new album though. You wonder whether you succeeded or not, especially when you waited as long as I did for this one- seven years. You're never really sure if it will be a nice record or not. – Eberhard Weber
  14. I always like to win. But I'm the big sister. I want to make sure she has everything, even if I don't have anything. It's hard. I love her too much. That's what counts. – Venus Williams
  15. It's taken folk a while to come around, hasn't it? Even the boys in the band weren't too sure about the whole art thing. They just wanted me to concentrate on the music. But they respect it now. – Ron Wood

Usage examples for sure

  1. Oh, I am sure of it. ” – The Red Lily, v2 by Anatole France
  2. “ " I'm sure I don't know," replied Hope. ” – Trumps by George William Curtis
  3. Are you sure now? ” – Man Overboard! by F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  4. “ " I'm sure she didn't mean to," he protested. ” – The Venus Trap by Evelyn E. Smith
  5. Yes, but are you so sure of that? ” – Rosmerholm by Henrik Ibsen
  6. “ " I ain't so sure about that. ” – Brand Blotters by William MacLeod Raine
  7. “ To be sure thank you. ” – The Orange-Yellow Diamond by J. S. Fletcher
  8. “ I am sure I can! ” – Fighting for the Right by Oliver Optic
  9. “ I am so sure about it that I told them to come over. ” – John Marsh's Millions by Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow
  10. My lord, I am sure it is his father. ” – McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader by William Holmes McGuffey
  11. “ " I'm quite sure it is," said Mr Rubb. ” – Miss Mackenzie by Anthony Trollope
  12. But I, too, am come, for I feel sure that no way is right but this. ” – The Pilgrim's Progress in Words of One Syllable by Mary Godolphin
  13. Oh, I was sure it would. ” – Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen
  14. “ I am sure I should, if I were a man. ” – Sweethearts at Home by S. R. Crockett
  15. “ I suppose you are sure of what you say? ” – The Bars of Iron by Ethel May Dell
  16. Sure of all this?" ” – A Man to His Mate by J. Allan Dunn
  17. Are you sure that is Lady Markland's wish? ” – A Country Gentleman and his Family by Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
  18. Are you sure you had it with you? ” – The Cardinal's Snuff-Box by Henry Harland
  19. But I was not so sure – The Window-Gazer by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  20. “ " Oh, I am sure of it," I said. ” – Red Hair by Elinor Glyn

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