Thesaurus / reassure

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Reading this book is to be reassured that our struggles are connected and systemic—not a result of our individual efforts.
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You go to bed, reassuring yourself that sleep will efface the image from your mind.
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“The best thing we can do to prepare for the start of the school year is to reassure employees that, collectively, we are taking precautions to prevent the spread of the virus,” said Borne in her ministry’s statement.
Using conversation language as Apple has done so will let visitors know exactly what to expect when clicking on it if you opt to use a form, keep it short while including a privacy statement reassuring visitors that their data is safe.
She cradled Kitty and reassured Kitty, and wasn’t sure if Kitty — who was at that point in extraordinary physical duress — realized she was in a friend’s arms.
Her sisters laughed at her fears, and tried to reassure her by overturning the tree-trunk.
We went from empty stall to empty stall, to reassure the women; there wasn't so much as a cobweb in any of them.
A WOMAN NAMED SMITHMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
These gentlemen went over to the tavern near by and found the people there greatly excited and tried to reassure them.
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She had given Brander the chance to reassure her, speaking of the 'gris and of Dan'l Tobey's suspicions in the matter.
THE SEA BRIDEBEN AMES WILLIAMS
At these words, meant to comfort and reassure, the child laid her head on her lap and broke into loud sobs.
'OUR GUY'MRS. E. E. BOYD

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