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Use "surefire" in a sentence
"The way the Democrats see it, it is worth all of the effort to lock in surefire voters like Grimsley as early as possible."
"Like Tribeca, the Sundance and South by Southwest film festivals, both of which precede Tribeca at the dawn of the festival season, also boast large film rosters, but both are known as surefire buzz machines for new, and mostly independent, filmmakers."
"Stuart's point was that football pundits were overrating Bradford - he was being called a surefire star - not that Bradford was a failure."