- the beneficiary under a policy.
- the person whose life or property is covered by a policy.
OTHER WORDS FROM assured
How to use assured in a sentence
By adolescence she had acquired the remarkable self-assuredness, and personal magnetism, that would define her destiny.World War II’s Most Glamorous Spy: Christine Granville|Emma Garman|July 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Murray's grandchildren knew their Zaydie as a man certain of his mind and giant in his self-assuredness.
Neither would Belinda Bentley, the L.A.-based psychic told The Daily Beast; not with that level of assuredness, anyway.
For more apprehensive public speakers, he offers what he calls “assuredness along with technique.”
It was the self-assuredness in the way she talked to me—her confidence with us not using protection.
This would enable me to proceed in the difficult path before me with more assuredness.Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)|Samuel Richardson
Coming into His presence we recognise the assuredness of perfect knowledge, the simplicity of perfect truth.
Ralegh speaks of him as a well descended gentleman, of great assuredness, and of a great heart.Sir Walter Ralegh|William Stebbing
All this was said in a voice of sweet modulation and assuredness, a smile lighting up her face as she spoke.Dreamy Hollow|Sumner Charles Britton
He hated that spirit of absolute assuredness so inseparably bound up with the reformers.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
British Dictionary definitions for assured
- the beneficiary under a life assurance policy
- the person whose life is insured