Assuredness



guaranteed; sure; certain; secure:
an assured income.
bold; confident; authoritative:
His art was both assured and facile.
boldly presumptuous.
Chiefly British. insured, as against loss.
Insurance.

the beneficiary under a policy.
the person whose life or property is covered by a policy.

Contemporary Examples

For more apprehensive public speakers, he offers what he calls “assuredness along with technique.”
Today’s King’s Speech Guru Sandra McElwaine February 25, 2011

Neither would Belinda Bentley, the L.A.-based psychic told The Daily Beast; not with that level of assuredness, anyway.
What Psychic Sylvia Brown Didn’t See Winston Ross May 9, 2013

Historical Examples

His assuredness in ordering me to leave made prompt and decisive action necessary on my part.
The House of a Thousand Candles Meredith Nicholson

All this was said in a voice of sweet modulation and assuredness, a smile lighting up her face as she spoke.
Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton

His courage and his skill in weapons gave him assuredness and ease at the time of an encounter.
The Story of the Outlaw Emerson Hough

Coming into His presence we recognise the assuredness of perfect knowledge, the simplicity of perfect truth.
The Expositor’s Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I Marcus Dods

adjective
made certain; sure; guaranteed
self-assured
(mainly Brit) insured, esp by a life assurance policy
noun
(mainly Brit)

the beneficiary under a life assurance policy
the person whose life is insured

adj.

of persons, “confident, self-assured,” late 14c., past participle adjective from assure. Related: Assuredly; assuredness.

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