Antonyms for re-assuring

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"Yes, and you liked'em; so I won't tell on you," said Tom, with a re-assuring nod.

The reflection that God knows is re-assuring only to those who know God.

Brief negatives are not re-assuring to a lover's uneasy mind.

Their present economic condition is, however, far from re-assuring.

"You are safe now," said the stranger, in a re-assuring voice.

When messages were sent by him to them, they were always of a re-assuring character.

It was not re-assuring to think of the weight that his word might have.

He gave the suppliant a re-assuring nod, and signed to the astounded Basil that he would not permit him to be touched.

"All well, Nicolaes," he said more calmly as he placed a re-assuring hand upon his friend's shoulder.

The little information Ree secured from Fishing Bird was not at all re-assuring, either.