assurance

[ uh-shoor-uhns, -shur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF assurance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSURANCE

This assurance satisfied the others, but it did not satisfy Harriet.

The letters being taken away will be an assurance that you have them.

We aim at the assurance of a rounded and permanent national life.

This was what Mr. Gladstone hoped, and what he thought he had the assurance of.

He sent up to beg leave to wait upon me—I wonder at his assurance—!

It was needful to implore them since they found the assurance so difficult to believe.

The time may be close at hand when we shall need this assurance as we need nothing else.

Mart spoke with the assurance of one who had firm faith in her statement.

It was like a terrible dream, only with the assurance of reality in it.

What he wanted was an assurance that he would not be put in the hole.

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