sicr, sicrach, sicraf, sicred, siwr, siŵrgwreiddio, ngwreiddiogwreiddiem, gwreiddia, gwreiddia’, gwreiddiaf, gwreiddiai, gwreiddiais, gwreiddiaist, gwreiddian, gwreiddiant, gwreiddiasai, gwreiddiasant, gwreiddiodd, gwreiddiasem, gwreiddiasent, gwreiddiasid, gwreiddiasit, gwreiddiasoch, gwreiddiasom, gwreiddiaswn, gwreiddid, gwreiddiech, gwreiddied, gwreiddiom, gwreiddien, gwreiddient, gwreiddier, gwreiddies, gwreiddiest, gwreiddiet, gwreiddiff, gwreiddio, gwreiddioch, gwreiddi, gwreiddiasech, gwreiddion, gwreiddiont, gwreiddir, gwreiddith, gwreiddiwch, gwreiddiwn, gwreiddiwyd, gwreiddiwyf, gwreiddiych, wreiddiem, wreiddia, wreiddia’, wreiddiaf, wreiddiai, wreiddiais, wreiddiaist, wreiddian, wreiddiant, wreiddiasai, wreiddiasant, wreiddiodd, wreiddiasem, wreiddiasent, wreiddiasid, wreiddiasit, wreiddiasoch, wreiddiasom, wreiddiaswn, wreiddid, wreiddiech, wreiddied, wreiddiom, wreiddien, wreiddient, wreiddier, wreiddies, wreiddiest, wreiddiet, wreiddiff, wreiddio, wreiddioch, wreiddi, wreiddiasech, wreiddion, wreiddiont, wreiddir, wreiddith, wreiddiwch, wreiddiwn, wreiddiwyd, wreiddiwyf, wreiddiych
- sicrhausicrhawydyn ddiogelei sicrhausicrhau
Verb(1) get by special effort(2) cause to be firmly attached(3) assure payment of(4) make certain of(5) fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug(6) furnish with battens
Adjective(1) free from fear or doubt; easy in mind(2) free from danger or risk(3) not likely to fail or give way(4) immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with(5) financially safe
(1) Off to sleep I'd drift, feeling safe and secure knowing that my parents really did love me.(2) Now secure in the knowledge that all would be well, Henry managed a final smile of contentment.(3) Wrap each cake with a card stock strip and secure with tape.(4) Clients must feel secure in confiding their secrets and entrusting their most personal affairs to lawyers.(5) He has made our nation less secure , less safe, and less free.(6) Our advice is to secure it very firmly, be conservative with your speed and make frequent stops to ensure it isn't working loose.(7) She tugged at the chain again with all her might, but it remained secure .(8) Politicians make compromises and trade-offs to secure what is in their view the best for their constituents.(9) Lace locks cinch and secure four mini-poles that prop up the roomy corners.(10) Once they locked they should provide secure retention against movement or accidental disassembly.(11) Afterwards, you drop the heatsink bracket on top, and secure with the included screws.(12) The club has to secure the finances to move forward.(13) Our testers noted the shoe's superior ability to provide a springy push-off and a secure landing even on loose, rocky surfaces.(14) That simple task wasn't easy, with his vision coming and going, but he finally managed a secure seal after the third try.(15) Europe is safer and more secure than ever before.(16) The locks were secure , the windows intact, and with a song in my heart I opened my bank statement.
(1) secure server :: gweinydd diogel
2. safe ::
3. certain ::
4. inviolable ::
5. unafraid ::
6. fix ::
7. fasten ::
9. protect ::
10. assure ::
11. obtain ::
12. procure ::
13. batten ::
14. plug ::
1. diffident ::
2. insecure ::
Different Formssecure, secured, securely, secures, securing
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