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noun as in statement to relieve doubt
The union has been pressing for more assurances that the classrooms are well-ventilated.
People who turn over secret documents are taking enormous risks, and they often want assurances that the revelations will have the largest possible impact.
To hear McConnell’s team tell it, he won by gaining other assurances about the longevity of the filibuster and its 60-vote threshold for most legislation.
Our aim in this partnership is to provide further assurance that those who fly are as safe as possible.
The lawmakers’ concerns came despite assurances by the TSA that the agency remains on “high alert” and that there would be a stepped-up law enforcement presence at all three major Washington-area airports through the inauguration.
To an audience destabilized by seismic changes in the culture, he brings the assurance (and the threat) that Obama et al.
And by pronouncing other cultures and political systems “evil,” there was the assurance that America was good.
It was on this assurance that the FAA certified that the 787 was safe to fly again.
Any financial institution would have a huge quality assurance team to find such bugs, but for Mark it was all up to him.
“I understand the concept of business and startups,” Ahrenberg says with easy assurance.
Belief in his own value had never been thus assailed before; that he was indispensable had been an ultimate assurance.
The presence of a large gold fund was an assurance of the ability to return to specie payments after the close of the war.
All she needed was a certain amount of his society, opportunities to work for him, the assurance of his success and happiness.
Instantly Longcluse had used his revolver; but before he could make assurance doubly sure, his quick ear detected a step outside.
On the subject of Shakespeare's height he could not speak with assurance, but Keats was only just over five feet.
On this page you'll find 148 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to assurance, such as: affirmation, assertion, guarantee, pledge, promise, and security.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.