Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I re-assure him, 'That I will sooner die than be that man's wife.

It was to no purpose that the government tried to re-assure them.

By doing all we could to re-assure and cheer her, no ill effects occurred.

As to this house—well, some of you had better walk in and re-assure yourselves.

Tears were streaming down her cheeks and I stepped to her side to re-assure her.

At this he tried to re-assure her and said, ‘Don’t be afraid!

I believe he saw I was hurt, and therefore took some pains to re-assure me.

All I could think of to re-assure her, when a little recovered, I said.

The villagers shouted out to re-assure them, and then they stood at a distance to look at him.

The State convention had adjourned, and its members had gone home, having done but little to re-assure the loyalists.