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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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But after rampaging through the restaurant, appointing a new head chef and smashing some heads together, sure enough, Souperman leaves the place a going concern.
Sure enough, after years of looking like a muskrat in an oil slick, I'm finally hearing, "Hey, new haircut?
Sure enough, as the wife pushed the trolley to the exit she had the gall to ask a store worker to load the gear into their car.
So, in ever more disbelief (mine, not my Swiss husband's as he found all of this quite normal), we drove to the spot the man had given us directions for and, sure enough, there was my red bicycle in perfect condition
Sure enough, a new record is on the way, but until that one comes out I highly recommend the Raw Collection CD on Upper Cut Records.
Sure enough, the starter did give the all-clear signal, but the hare stayed steadfastly in its resting position.
This is the one eternal principle of education, to be sure enough that a thing is true that you dare to tell it to a child, or anyone else
Sure enough, after time has passed, we are proven right (at least in our minds).
Sure enough, the commission's report, delivered to HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson last month, resembles a detailed CAM wish-list.
Sure enough, when he applied for a job, there were no openings.
Sure enough, the court didn't even deal with those issues.
After holding the business end against my finger, and burning the other end, sure enough there were clumps of wax down in the candle.
Sure enough, the Roman pontiffs currently outdo the American presidents in this regard.
Sure enough, on the book's second page, the editors, wanting to make the commonplace (perhaps too commonplace) observation that 'capital now flows internationally', write instead that 'the liquidity of capital [has] long ceased correlating itself to cartographic delineations'.