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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcertitudecer‧ti‧tude /ˈsɜːtɪtjuːd $ ˈsɜːrtɪtuːd/ noun [uncountable]  formalSURE the state of being or feeling certain about something syn certainty
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certitudeBoth lack a set identity, living without a certitude of their place in relation to their surrounding society.Legalities aside, the loss of any certitude that real communication has transpired represents a cost-deficient nightmare.This was how we perceived our situation, and the Gulf War turned our perception into certitude.The thing was shown with mystifying certitude.And over the years those increments of certitude had made me the perfect foreigner.But self-confidence in the sense of psychological certitude is not the same things as absolute certainty in the philosophical sense.The likelihood that this will frequently be true can not be mistaken for the certitude that it is always so.It would be vital, as he knew, for the next few exchanges to be transcribed with unimpeachable certitude.
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