assure

[ uh-shoo r, uh-shur ]SEE DEFINITION OF assure

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSURE

Those Westerners perform quite in that manner, I assure you.

He could assure them they felt highly flattered at the reception which had been accorded them.

Oh, ma'am—you're very polite—I feel it a great compliment, I assure you.

Much against my liking, I assure you, said my brother, rudely interrupting her.

But I know what your duties will be, and I assure you, my dear Hester, you will find the thing cannot be done.

I assure you that now they are at the corner of the Rue Magloire.

Well, let me assure you of one thing-there's commonplaceness everywhere.

It will be excellent sport, I assure you, when they catch a glimpse of your figure.

The honour, as you are pleased to call it, would be no favour, I assure you.

"No penance at all, I assure you," answered Peter with something like a smile.

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