reassurance[ ree-uh-shoor, -shur ]SEE DEFINITION OF reassurance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REASSURANCE
Now, however, the young man had regained some measure of reassurance.
He quieted her cluckings with a word of reassurance, and went himself to open.
Her eyes smiled into mine with a reassurance that was like balm.
His paleness shook her, and she raised a hand of reassurance.
He was supposed to take the piece of grim humour as a reassurance.
He stared at Nehmon, seeking in the old man's face some answer, some reassurance.
There was a distinct note of reassurance and hopefulness in the air.
The reassurance on that point had set him fairly at his ease.
But there was a kind of reassurance in such hearty skepticism.
But then it was as if he found at a stroke both his own reassurance and his daughter's.