One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Very confident of one's own abilities or views.‘he's very sure of himself’
- ‘Since they are all so sure of themselves and so confident in their intuition and hunches, they seldom stop and analyze those on-the-spot decisions they so often make.’
- ‘I think I am reminding myself of what it feels like to feel attractive, confident, sure of myself.’
- ‘Quite confident and sure of himself, Himanshu knows his heart and most importantly knows that it speaks the truth.’
- ‘Among the better Christmas presents would be a more vigorous parliament, sure of itself and its abilities and working all the time for a better Scotland.’
- ‘If you have a high level you will be confident, happy and sure of yourself.’
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