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sure enough

As expected or anticipated. I figured he wouldn't last much longer in the company. Sure enough, he handed in his resignation this morning.
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sure enough

Actually, as one might have thought, as in Sure enough, the plane was three hours late. [Mid-1500s]
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sure eˈnough

exactly as expected or as somebody said: She said she was going to give up her job and, sure enough, she did.They said it would rain, and, sure enough, it did.
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sure enough

As one might have expected; certainly.
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Admittedly you have to be a bit daft, and sure enough a team of North Wales birders started at 3.30am on Saturday May 17 at Conwy RSPB.
Sure enough, when the MP Vera Baird was voicing her support for the ban she immediately went on to say how the public had "accepted" the smoking ban!
As if you were a sure enough wind for me to walk into.
Sure enough, after the tax hike went through, big construction companies got lucrative government contracts for road building, big real estate developers got the roads that made their housing tracts more profitable, and mortgage brokers were able to get higher fees on the sales of higher-priced houses.
It will answer your question and more!" Sure enough, from the moment I purchased my first magazine, I have been impressed, excited, and really motivated.
Sure enough, the bond markets priced in the expectation of a rate rise after the labor report's release on Friday.
Sure enough, since that fateful night at the Tam, scores of small private colleges have met their untimely economic demise.
I turned around and, sure enough, the visitors' team was in our locker room.
Sure enough, when the researchers mixed carrageenan and HPV with human cells in a test tube, individual viruses couldn't get inside the cells.
Sure enough, his big break may finally have arrived when he's asked to star in a play, a "classical political drama" with one of the best actors in the business.
I have an adult student who said 'I'm not coordinated,' and sure enough, she marches with her right leg and right arm."
Many Christians reflexively associate it with resurrection and therefore with Easter, and, sure enough, it is one of the readings for the Easter Vigil.
We remeasured it, and sure enough it had grown significantly in the years since it had been dethroned.
To increase the availability of vegan food, we need to ask for it and make sure enough people buy the options when they are on the menu.
To make sure enough time has passed for the dirt to exit a worm's system, it's wise to soak the critter overnight in water, says Turpin.