something in which confidence may be placed about a future outcome
But it's a safe bet that Trierweiler hasn't seen the last of the defeated Socialist.
It is a safe bet that more Chinese are learning English than foreigners are studying Mandarin.
If the rest of America is any guide as to what moms love, flowers are definitely a safe bet.
It's a safe bet, though, that she didn't go without her precious money.
It is a safe bet that he is either a missionary or captain of a whaler.
After the Parisian triumphs it seemed a safe bet to return home and make a new effort to mingle with the Face-Cards.
If their owner were with them, it was a safe bet that the sled carried forty thousand dollars in Alaska gold dust.
No knowing, answered Joe; but its a safe bet that its something cheap and low down.
Of course, I dont know for certain who they are, but its a safe bet that they are no friends of mine.
Dignity was the first safe bet I could think of with her, so I tried that.