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  • After its final trial, it felt confident that no one could defeat it.
  • She has become more confident and has developed better dress sense.
  • With my health back, I am confident and determined to produce this year.
  • The control group seemed to feel more confident in their abilities than the other two groups.
  • Over time, he becomes more confident about his political voice.
  • This was nearly his entire fortune, as he was confident in getting a significant return.
  • I am confident she will always put the readiness and well being of our troops first.
  • While confident in his abilities, he did not want to risk his health.
  • However, one function is generally used in a more conscious and confident way.
  • Though she never reveals just what she wished for, she is confident it will come true.
  • The idea is that one can be more confident with a result if different methods lead to the same result.
  • "The next morning he told me that he was confident that it was something quite different."
  • He said he was confident there was going to be "a lot more".
  • England maintained their newly confident approach, being on top for most of the fourth Test.
  • He is confident that everything is going according to plan and that, soon, he will be a free man again.
  • Navy leaders, confident that a woman would quickly drop out, become concerned.
  • Yet he remained confident that Triangle could play an important role on campus.
  • Tahmasb was now old enough and confident enough to rule in his own right.
  • A confident and very experienced man, able to defend himself against physical and high-level political attacks.
  • In it he made a confident start by winning the first two frames.
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Meaning of confident

  • adjective Having or marked by confidence or assurance
    a confident speaker, a confident reply, his manner is more confident these days, confident of fulfillment