Sure and Weak


Sure adjective - Having or showing a mind free from doubt.

Weak is an antonym for sure.

Nearby Word: surely


Weak adjective - Not using or following good reasoning.
Usage example: your argument is weak

Sure is an antonym for weak in topics: cowardly, not strong.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Oddworld aka: Oddworld Strangers Wrath Weak, but Skilled: Stranger is described as "kinda shrimpy for a Steef", but he sure is good with that crossbow.
  • Series / Cheers Kavorka Man: Loathesome Nick Tortelli sure has a way with women—he even makes Diane weak in the knees by whispering into her ear.
  • The Un-Reveal All the audience ever knows for sure is that Sawyer remembered who did it, but his mental powers were weak even before he fell.
    Source: The Un-Reveal
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