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assuredly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishassuredlyas‧sur‧ed‧ly /əˈʃʊərɪdli $ əˈʃʊr-/ adverb formal  CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYdefinitely or certainly I am most assuredly in favour.
Examples from the Corpus
assuredlyAny golfer who qualified for the Tour had assuredly earned and paid for the privilege.We will have to involve the authorities before long, but we can assuredly go there first and make our own inspection.Yet, she knows, as the unemployed assuredly know, that nothing much is going to happen quickly.And he is most assuredly on the business side.This was indeed a Pyrrhic victory, because West Indies cricket was assuredly the loser.The event assuredly was communicated throughout the nursing system by informal channels.To move the fin the spines have to be moveable; these assuredly were not.
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