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  • absolute certainty — index certification (certainness), certitude, fact Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • absolute — ab·so·lute adj 1 a: free from qualification, condition, exception, or restriction rights that even seem absolute have these qualifications Long v. Rockwood, 277 U.S. 142 (1927) see also absolute ownership at ownership compare …   Law dictionary

  • certainty — I noun absence of doubt, absolute confidence, absoluteness, assurance, assuredness, authoritativeness, certification, certitude, certus, complete conviction, conclusiveness, confidentness, conviction, corroboration, definiteness, firmness,… …   Law dictionary

  • Certainty — series Agnosticism Belief Certainty Doubt Determinism Epistemology Estimation Fallibilism …   Wikipedia

  • certainty — certainty, certitude Leaving aside special meanings in philosophy, both words imply the absence of doubt about the truth of something, but certitude is a more subjective feeling whereas certainty is, strictly speaking, verifiable. In practice,… …   Modern English usage

  • absolute — [ab′sə lo͞ot΄, ab΄sə lo͞ot′] adj. [ME absolut < L absolutus, pp. of absolvere, to loosen from: see ABSOLVE] 1. perfect; complete; whole [absolute silence] 2. not mixed; pure [absolute alcohol] 3. not limited by a constitution, parliament,… …   English World dictionary

  • certainty — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ absolute, complete ▪ near, reasonable, virtual ▪ It s a virtual certainty that essential foodstuffs will go up in price. ▪ moral …   Collocations dictionary

  • certainty — cer|tain|ty [ˈsə:tnti US ˈsə:r ] n plural certainties 1.) [U] the state of being completely certain with certainty ▪ She knew with absolute certainty that he d say no. ▪ The result is impossible to predict with any degree of certainty . 2.) [U]… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • certainty — [[t]sɜ͟ː(r)t(ə)nti[/t]] certainties 1) N UNCOUNT: oft with N, N that Certainty is the state of being definite or of having no doubts at all about something. I have told them with absolute certainty there ll be no change of policy... There is too… …   English dictionary

  • absolute — ab|so|lute1 W3S2 [ˈæbsəlu:t] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of absolvere; ABSOLVE] 1.) complete or total ▪ I have absolute confidence in her. ▪ We don t know with absolute certainty that the project will succeed. 2.)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • certainty — /ˈsɜtnti/ (say sertntee) noun (plural certainties) 1. the state of being certain. 2. something certain; an assured fact. 3. something regarded as certain to happen, to achieve a desired result as winning a race, etc.: that horse is an absolute… …   Australian English dictionary