feel sure of

See: confide, trust
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Only 50 per cent of in the UK feel sure of staying in work, compared with 64 per cent of people in work in 2006.
Kaczynski's journals refer to such hide-outs, saying he needed them because ``there's no place to escape civilization'' and he hoped to have ``one place at least where I can still feel sure of privacy.
While the majority of consumers feel sure of their ability to bail themselves out, unforeseen circumstances such as illness, rising interest rates or job loss can lead to serious financial problems.