Synonyms and related words:
anticipatable, anticipated, apt, balanced, calculable, cool, dependable, divinable, expected, fair, faithful, faithworthy, fast, fiducial, firm, firm as Gibraltar, foreknowable, foreseeable, foreseen, foretellable, hopeful, imperturbable, improbable, in equilibrium, in the cards, invincible, liable, likely, odds-on, precognizable, predictable within limits, presumable, presumptive, probable, promising, reliable, secure, solid, sound, stable, statistically probable, staunch, steadfast, steady, substantial, sure, surefire, trustworthy, trusty, unfailing, unflappable, unflinching, unshakable, unwavering, verisimilar, well-balanced, well-founded, well-grounded, without nerves

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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