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

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State election officials have said that they hope the hand-recount reassures the public about the outcome of the election.
I’m not entirely sure what that’s made out of, but I can reassure you it’s not trees.
In those cases it is reassuring to know that the Navigator’s stability control system is there as a backup, ready to clamp down on the truck’s brakes individually to reign the trailer in if needed.
Mechanical Petzl ascenders were important, and a scuffed red helmet was reassuring, but ultimately the beefy limb made everything possible.
The disaster was a source of anguish and humiliation for the country, but by acknowledging the failure directly, Reagan demonstrated a measure of transparency that was ultimately reassuring.
As one analyst noted on the third quarter earnings call that followed shortly after the announcement, in this week of post-election turmoil, it was reassuring to witness a peaceful transfer of power.
She said it was reassuring to hear professors talk about career pivots.
During the call, Pelosi sought to reassure her members that the election wasn’t as bad as it seemed.
It kind of reassures people that even striving for that type of success isn’t worth it, because look what happens.
The amazing thing is how well these laws let us model and predict aspects of the physical world, a capacity that has reassured and helped us for thousands of years.

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derring-donoun | [der-ing-doo ]SEE DEFINITION