ensured[ en-shoor, -shur ]SEE DEFINITION OF ensured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSURED
For they left nothing to chance that could be ensured by effort.
After these vigorous but justifiable measures, obedience was ensured.
It was the defeat of his schemes in America that ensured their defeat in England.
This ensured a good bond between the wall proper and the footing.
We may well be ensured that no wrong shall be done to them that have done no wrong.
For, if I had not so ensured and made it fated, I might later have wavered.
If you aid me with means, my object as to seamen will be ensured.
Apparently, it is induced to speak; in practice, its silence is ensured.
I could have died at that moment, and without a groan, to have ensured her safety.
Once the survival of this is ensured the individual may disappear.