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adjective as in relieved

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Historians will be reassured that there is a historical Murphy.

“Parents can be reassured with the finding that sexting may predate sexual behavior,” said Dr. Temple.

“We are competing with a Park Ranger AMA,” reassured one aide.

The first time alarms sounded, contestants were told it was a false alarm, and reassured with a small party.

Speaking gently, he reassured the kids they would soon be released.

She was so clever in reading people that surely she must have felt the anxiety in his heart, the eager desire to be reassured.

At length the sight of our uniforms reassured then, and one of their number came forward to meet us.

Suddenly the face smiled, and it was a smile that reassured her and drove away the last doubt that she had.

Tiny silver fish darted to and fro beneath a tumbling waterfall and he felt calmed and reassured by the sight.

Thus reassured, Amy fell asleep, while Eloise sat by her until startled by the entrance of Mrs. Biggs.


On this page you'll find 135 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reassured, such as: aided, animated, cheered, determined, emboldened, and enlivened.

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