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- v. Present participle of reassure.
- adj. That reassures; causing comfort or confidence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. restoring confidence and relieving anxiety
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His voice was grave, his expression reassuring yet concerned.
Indeed, it should be reassuring from a democratic perspective.
Geller said that he has had some success in reassuring Jewish voters when speaking to them one-on-one, but that national Jewish delegates had not made many inroads.
Ninety minutes spent comforting, assisiting and reassuring is not measured nor does it impact on my “performance indicators.”
Less reassuring is what the President-elect has to say about taxes.
Blagojovich has been a headache since he managed to use his considerable war chest and smear his opposition in reassuring his re-election as Gov.
Everything was reassuring from the beginning of the call and the problem was addressed and resolved about as quickly as it could be.
Jack Turner handles his subject with discernment and confidence, his style appropriately brisk and animated … Impressive and reassuring is his combination of sympathetic understanding and toughminded rationalism.
My poor little girl got all a-tremble; she thought she saw her father dead and our house burned down, and no sooner had I succeeded in reassuring her than another horseman appeared and told us the same stories.
Also not reassuring is the news that each cone takes 5 minutes to make, after you’ve picked your toppings.
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