Origin of certitude
OTHER WORDS FROM certitudenon·cer·ti·tude, nounun·cer·ti·tude, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH certitudecertainty, certitude
Words nearby certitude
How to use certitude in a sentence
We also can’t predict with certitude the city’s ability to manage their numbers if they become excessive.The US worried about vaccine tourists. Now it’s encouraging them.|Eileen Guo|May 26, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Successful politicians seek to marry a triumvirate of charisma, certitude, and leadership.
Even by the low standards of judicial sophistry, the opinion is a depressing exercise in bloviating certitude.In Robert Bork’s Death, a Reminder of Scalia’s Inconsistency|Paul Campos|December 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And again it is his worldview that gives him the certitude to preach these lies to millions on a daily basis.
Despite his hunch that aid would be substantial each year, the IDF would not have certitude to plan on.
At first, Weiner wasn't even able to say "with certitude" whether or not the photo in question was of him.
He thought of her; but truth to tell he was too numbed to dwell on her agony, on the certitude of her lifelong captivity.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
But it is almost more difficult to identify these Geraints than it is to attain any certitude about King Arthur himself.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
With no perceptible movement that I was aware of, Mrs. Jones advertised her certitude of knowledge of what she would have done.The Red One|Jack London
Now he adds that faith is that boldness and that wealth of certitude in so far as they rest upon reality and truth.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
The sledge-wielder pours out more strength and certitude and joy in every blow than do you in your whole sheaf of songs.The Kempton-Wace Letters|Jack London