Miliband E. fizzes with easy charm, and does much to reassure the party faithful that his “values” line up with theirs.
She needs to reassure her party that she doesn't believe that discredited old junk about "no red states and no blue states."
But you can always read something in the diary to reassure you.
He tries to reassure by stating that he'll focus on the ones used by wealthy people.
In the end, though, the appeal of betrayal lit may come down to its surprising capacity to comfort and reassure.
Was it by lessening his wife's esteem for him that he could reassure her?
This carelessness did even more than the sight of the detectives to reassure the lawyer.
Jim tried to reassure Charity that he would keep her from suffering any public harm.
He wanted to comfort her—reassure her—but he did not know how.
Day never takes his irritation out on me; the worse I look the more certain Day is to reassure me.