certainly

Exactly vs Certainly - What's the difference?

exactly | certainly |


As adverbs the difference between exactly and certainly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Certainly vs Sicker - What's the difference?

certainly | sicker |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and sicker

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while sicker is (obsolete|outside|dialects) certainly.

As an adjective sicker is

(sick) or sicker can be (obsolete|outside|dialects) certain.

As a verb sicker is

(mining|uk|dialect) to percolate, trickle, or ooze, as water through a crack.

Certainly vs Soitenly - What's the difference?

certainly | soitenly | Synonyms |

Certainly is a synonym of soitenly.


As adverbs the difference between certainly and soitenly

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while soitenly is .

Certainly vs Uncertainly - What's the difference?

certainly | uncertainly | Antonyms |

Certainly is an antonym of uncertainly.


As adverbs the difference between certainly and uncertainly

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while uncertainly is in an uncertain manner.

Certainly vs Certes - What's the difference?

certainly | certes |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and certes

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while certes is (archaic) indeed; certainly.

Certainly vs Unambiguously - What's the difference?

certainly | unambiguously |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and unambiguously

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while unambiguously is in a manner that is not ambiguous; leaving no doubt; clearly; certainly.

Okay vs Certainly - What's the difference?

okay | certainly |


As adverbs the difference between okay and certainly

is that okay is see while certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty.

As a noun okay

is see .

As a verb okay

is see .

As a adjective okay

is see .

As a interjection okay

is see .

Yes vs Certainly - What's the difference?

yes | certainly |


As a interjection yes

is used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement.

As a noun yes

is an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance.

As a verb yes

is (colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

As a adverb certainly is

in a way which is certain; with certainty.

Certainly vs Verily - What's the difference?

certainly | verily |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and verily

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while verily is truly, doubtlessly, in truth.

Certainly vs Assuredly - What's the difference?

certainly | assuredly |


As adverbs the difference between certainly and assuredly

is that certainly is in a way which is certain; with certainty while assuredly is in a assured manner; certainly.

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