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


A profession of seriousness on the part of Callicles reassures him, and they proceed with the argument.

In his inaugural address, he reassures the south on this point.

Parents do not demand that a house-master should be a clergyman, yet it reassures them when he is.

What reassures me is that it is so bad that no one but I could have made it, and no one but you be blamed for it.

There is a personal charm about them which strengthens, reassures, and uplifts.

It reassures me as a person: it makes me feel human in all my surfaces.

This reassures me, for I love my country selfishly, exclusively.

How magically the society of the patient, if not actually suffering, reassures us!

Pringle goes up to The Mule and reassures it, Mrs. Futvoye accompanying him.

The priest does not terrify; he reassures the soul, at the beginning of its long journey.