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certitude
used in The Sound and the Fury

2 uses
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Definition
total certainty or (more rarely) something that is certain to happen
  • I took up the two packages and gave the bread to the little girl, the woman all iron-gray behind the counter, watchingus with cold certitude.
    2 — June 2, 1910 (52% in)
  • Somethingamong dusty shelves of ordered certitudes long divorced from reality, desiccating peacefully, as if abreath of that air which sees injustice done "Two of these, please, ma'am.
    2 — June 2, 1910 (50% in)

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