Definitions for "Certainty"
According to Beccaria, a punishment must be certain to follow from the crime in order to be an effective deterrent. The greater the extent to which a would-be offender thinks that she can get away with a crime, the less she will weigh the punishment into her deliberation of whether or not to commit the crime. See also celerit and severity, or play the proportionality game
Dogmatically stating or implying that one's position is correct and others' ideas are not worth considering. Likely to arouse defensiveness, according to Gibb.
A fact or truth unquestionable established.
a high enough degree of probability to justify action
(1) Assurance of ones beliefs (also certitude). (2) The impossibility of a proposition being false. VT emphasized that Christian truth is certain and should be presented as a certainty, not a mere probability, q.v.
The only certainty in Trans-Biological Kinesis is that there is no certainty. The word certainty is used in a pejorative sense to indicate an arrogant, closed mind-set that short-changes the human imagination.
Clearness; freedom from ambiguity; lucidity.
the state of being certain; "his certainty reassured the others"
something that is certain; "his victory is a certainty"
Cold calling Compressed workweek
Keywords:  told, closer, six, patient, months
means that the patient is told that they will receive treatment within the next six months and that the treatment date will be provided closer to the time.
The quality, state, or condition, of being certain.
Knowledge of tenure is critical in determining certainty of access, when it can occur and under what conditions.