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Sarah barely knows Karen, who seems a little standoffish, but Karen smirks when she assures Sarah that she and the much-older Martin are “just hanging out.”

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Locksley said he assured his fellow Big Ten coach, “Look, our goal, once we get the go-ahead from our medical people, is we’re preparing to play.”

He met with Washington wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, who assured him the team believed in him and said, “Go have fun.”

Miss Manners assures you this is always possible, even if, for example, your husband’s day job is repairing washing machines.

So ultimately, we’ll have to wait and see what the often-messy redistricting process produces in each state — and you can rest assured that will be a major focus of FiveThirtyEight’s coverage in 2021.

Its stated role is to protect public health by assuring the safety of foods, medicines, and cosmetics.

A cartoon on the final weekend showed Bill Clinton assuring a box with air holes, “Only a few days more, Hillary.”

He has been assuring the world for weeks that Moscow is just a friendly observer to the chaos in Ukraine.

Now, of course, Anthony is assuring us that all of this is old news.

Administration officials have repeatedly issued anodyne statements assuring us that the NSA programs do not “target” Americans.

The young man offered him a seat, assuring him that his mother would not keep him waiting long.

But he told Arsenio no more that day, beyond assuring him he would speak for him and let him know upon the morrow.

Suppose he buys goods assuring the seller that he is twenty-one years of age when in fact he is not, though nearly so.

His father scolded him somewhat impatiently, and sent him back to bed again, assuring him that he had been dreaming.

We wanted to take you to the Holy Land, assuring you that you would be exhibited for money!


On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to assuring, such as: acceptable, expected, fair, feasible, inclined, and possible.

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