Sure cure



A remedy that won’t fail, as in Hard work is a sure cure for brooding. Originating in the late 1800s as an advertising slogan (Dr. Keck’s Sure Cure for Catarrh; first recorded in 1881), this rhyming phrase was soon extended to other matters.

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  • Sure-enough

    adjective, Older Use. 1. real; genuine.

  • Surefire

    adjective 1. sure to work; foolproof: a surefire moneymaking scheme.



  • Sure-fire

    adjective 1. sure to work; foolproof: a surefire moneymaking scheme. adjective 1. (usually prenominal) (informal) certain to succeed or meet expectations; assured sure as shooting

  • Surefooted

    adjective 1. not likely to stumble, slip, or fall. 2. proceeding surely; unerring: his surefooted pursuit of success.



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