Certain and Predictable


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Certain adjective – Certain to occur; destined or inevitable.
Usage example: "In this life nothing is certain but death and taxes"- Benjamin Franklin

Predictable is a synonym for certain in reliable topic. In some cases you can use "Predictable" instead an adjective "Certain".
Nearby Words: certainty, certainly
Synonyms for Certain


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Predictable adjective – Capable of being foretold.
Certain is a synonym for predictable in likely topic. You can use "Certain" instead an adjective "Predictable", if it concerns topics such as easy to foretell.
Nearby Words: predict, prediction, predicted, predicting, predictability
Synonyms for Predictable

Things that words describes

character certain character predictable character
amount certain amount predictable amount
place certain place predictable place
degree certain degree predictable degree
Other nouns: way, effects, actions, ways, attacks, lines, enemies.

Both words in one sentence

  • Chronic Hero Syndrome Their predictable heroism also makes them particularly prone to manipulation by certain devious villains.
  • Didn't We Use This Joke Already? The Nostalgia Critic created many memes that he uses at certain situations, nowadays when one of these situations come up, he lampshades how everyone knows what's coming, and how predictable it is.
  • In FE 11 and FE 12, the RNG is seeded by the Nintendo DS clock, and starting the game at certain times on the clock will yield predictable results.
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