verb (used with object), re·as·sured, re·as·sur·ing.
Origin of reassure
Examples from the Web for reassure
But political parties officials continue to reassure the country that the campaigns will not endanger anyone.
As I hasten to reassure these exasperated moms and dads, I had to be in the office anyway.
He miraculously survived, and his first impulse was to reassure his horrified aunt that he was OK.Brooklyn Shooting Hits Close to Bill de Blasio’s Park Slope Home|Michael Daly|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
These reforms were mostly designed to reassure Sunnis and Kurds that Maliki would not become an autocrat.
Mid-level State Department officials have visited to reassure the government that the U.S. government stands beside them.
Her sisters laughed at her fears, and tried to reassure her by overturning the tree-trunk.The Myths of the North American Indians|Lewis Spence
We went from empty stall to empty stall, to reassure the women; there wasn't so much as a cobweb in any of them.A Woman Named Smith|Marie Conway Oemler
These gentlemen went over to the tavern near by and found the people there greatly excited and tried to reassure them.Once Upon A Time In Connecticut|Caroline Clifford Newton
She had given Brander the chance to reassure her, speaking of the 'gris and of Dan'l Tobey's suspicions in the matter.The Sea Bride|Ben Ames Williams
At these words, meant to comfort and reassure, the child laid her head on her lap and broke into loud sobs.'Our guy'|Mrs. E. E. Boyd