- guaranteed; sure; certain; secure: an assured income.
- bold; confident; authoritative: His art was both assured and facile.
- boldly presumptuous.
- Chiefly British. insured, as against loss.
- the beneficiary under a policy.
- the person whose life or property is covered by a policy.
Origin of assured
Examples from the Web for assuredly
It is assuredly not by mimicking the Gellars and Spencers of the world, thereby effectively becoming an anti-Jihadist Jihadi.The Opponents of Militant Islamism Are Often As Bigoted as Their Targets
December 7, 2013
Assuredly, their chain of command would ensure that they will never serve in Syria should we put troops on the ground there.Soldiers Protesting the War on Reddit Dishonor Their Oath of Service
September 7, 2013
With a million copies already sold, some have assuredly fallen into the wrong hands.Umberto Eco’s 'The Prague Cemetery' Brings to Life Ancient Hate
November 12, 2011
Hedges, most assuredly, is not joining the ranks of those charlatans and demagogues with this slim, powerful volume.Me, As Seen On TV
August 12, 2009
But with Murdoch assuredly in the loop, on this issue there was no room to be contrarian.Hollywood's Gossip Showdown
April 7, 2009
Assuredly, then, it was something worse, in old Caesar's likeness!The White Old Maid (From "Twice Told Tales")
If the girl was there to be found, most assuredly, he must find her.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
Since she was certain of it, would she not assuredly be cured?
Contented she might have been, but humble she assuredly was not.Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit
And assuredly I will only say what I think to be the truth about you.
- made certain; sure; guaranteed
- mainly British insured, esp by a life assurance policy
- mainly British
- the beneficiary under a life assurance policy
- the person whose life is insured
Word Origin and History for assuredly
of persons, "confident, self-assured," late 14c., past participle adjective from assure. Related: Assuredly; assuredness.