I do feel confident of that."
When did I say I was confident?”
I’m confident that won’t be disrupted.
Think about how insanely confident fighters are.
Are you confident of that, responded Mr Goswami.
"They're more confident in what they can control.
You have to be confident without being over-confident and relaxed.”
Forty-four percent say they are confident or somewhat confident that Mr.
Cook emphasised that he remained “confident about the long-term potential of the China market”.
Just 20 per cent of voters, and 34 per cent of Conservatives, said they were confident he would.
A spokesman for the British Olympic Association said he was confident the equipment would pass any legal challenge.
Asked how confident she was that the law would change in this area, Harris said: “Fairly confident.
"I'm 80-90% confident we'll reach orbit with Starship next year," Musk told Robert Zubrin, founder of the Mars Society, in October.
Asked if she was confident the Games would go ahead, Princess Anne told BBC Sport: "I don't think anybody is wholly confident.
Elizabeth Warren — very confident, somewhat confident, not very confident, not at all confident.
Through questioning the survey participants about how confident or uncertain they were in their answers, we found that women tend to be less confident about their answers and more uncertain about their performance in the quiz.
More voters had confidence that the US healthcare system will handle the virus better than the federal government: 66% said they're confident the healthcare system will appropriately handle the virus, while 30% were not confident.
"We don't expect to make any changes to the measures currently in place at that point and we won't until we're confident, as confident as we realistically can be, that any such changes can be safely made," he said at a Downing Street press conference.
Ellie: Sometimes the most confident person in the room can be the most insecure, and it’s important to remember that a lot of the time when somebody acts really confident or is really talkative in a group situation, they’ve actually got barriers up because they’re insecure.
This is now a confident party—confident in its ability to win elections, confident that thanks to its record in government Labour has now conclusively won the case for tax and spend, and confident that Mr Brown's “Labour values” are shared by a majority of Britons.
- persuaded of; very sure
- having or marked by confidence or assurance
Example: a confident speaker
- not liable to error in judgment or action
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