Definition of Certainest
1. certain [adj] - See also: certain
Lexicographical Neighbors of Certainest
Literary usage of Certainest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Moralists by Lewis Amherst Selby-Bigge (1897)
"without the pretence of Self-preservation ;) what can be more ridiculous, than to imagin a War of All Men against All, the directest and certainest Means of ..."
2. A Selection from the Papers of the Earls of Marchmont, in the Possession of by Hugh Hume Marchmont, Patrick Hume Marchmont, Alexander Hume-Campbell Marchmont (1831)
"As to the first part of the question, the affirmative is confirmed, if it be made appear, that this method is the easiest, safest, and certainest to bring ..."
3. A Discourse Concerning the Being and Attributes of God, the Obligations of by Samuel Clarke, Joseph Butler (1823)
"... and certainest means of the preservation of all? Yes, says he, because it leads men to a necessity of entering into compact for each others security. ..."
4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1897)
"... which he called the and certainest part of physic. ' He • : 6 Dec. 1736, and is buried in the church of All Saints, Northampton, where th. ..."