verb (used with object), as·sured, as·sur·ing.
Origin of assure
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Contemporary Examples of assure
Nobody can assure anybody and some of these authorities at the crematorium have very little background in science.Rage Against the Ebola Crematorium
November 11, 2014
There will be an early vote on the Keystone XL pipeline, which enough Democrats support to assure passage.Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground?
November 4, 2014
In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free—honorable alike in what we give, and what we preserve.Lincoln Was the Founders’ Heir Apparent
Harvey J. Kaye
October 22, 2014
I assure you there isn't a single local businessman who doesn't know the name Germán Goyeneche.Trading Dime Bags for Salvador Dali
October 19, 2014
Having known a few presidents myself, I can assure you that there is little time to truly unwind, even on “vacation.”Yes, Obama Was Right to Golf After Foley
Daniel G. Hill
August 30, 2014
Historical Examples of assure
Those Westerners perform quite in that manner, I assure you.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
He could assure them they felt highly flattered at the reception which had been accorded them.Explorations in Australia
Oh, ma'am—you're very polite—I feel it a great compliment, I assure you.
Much against my liking, I assure you, said my brother, rudely interrupting her.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
But I know what your duties will be, and I assure you, my dear Hester, you will find the thing cannot be done.Weighed and Wanting