Synonyms and Antonyms : Certain



Certain



( Adjective )




Synonyms:

Positive

Definite

Indisputable

Sure

Actual

Unequivocal

Incontestable

Contextual Examples:



We have to no
positive evidence of her involvement.

Although he has undergone several check-up, the doctors have not yet reached a
definite conclusion about his disease.

This piece of land is a part of his
indisputable property.

The minister was
sure that the proposed legislation will stop the exploitation of the emigrants completely.

Deployment of missiles in Europe by America was criticized by India in
unequivocal terms.

Hindu law gives an
incontestable right to the daughters over the property of their parents.



Antonyms:

Doubtful

Indefinite

Disputable

Uncertain

Ambiguous

Equivocal

Contestable

Contextual Examples:



I am
doubtful about the prospects of any early settlement of dispute between Iran and Iraq.

Mahatma Gandhi went on an
indefinite fast to persuade the people of India to maintain communal harmony.

The wisdom of your complacent attitude on this issue is
disputable.

It is no use undertaking new business projects in the present
uncertain circumstances.

His speech was quite effective but some of his assessments were rather
ambiguous.




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