verb (used with object), re·as·sured, re·as·sur·ing.
Origin of reassure
Examples from the Web for reassuring
The other was to counter-attack against domestic critics while reassuring uneasy foreign leaders.
But their technical record during the initial certification of the 787 is not reassuring.NTSB Doesn’t Think the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Is Safe Enough to Fly|Clive Irving|May 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hardly a reassuring forecast coming from a former casino croupier and Ponzi scheme salesman.
He listened over and over to the tape recordings in which Heim talked to his sons in a calm and reassuring voice.
And the Egyptian was packed with mostly journalists, filmmakers, and publicists, which was reassuring.‘Nymphomaniac,’ Lars von Trier’s Icy Orgy of Sex and Self-Loathing, Bows At Sundance|Marlow Stern|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In fact, the alert, quiet manner of all the cowboys was not reassuring.The Light of Western Stars|Zane Grey
"Of course I don't mind," she said, with a reassuring smile.The Making of a Prig|Evelyn Sharp
He managed a reassuring nod to Goodhue, but Dalrymple, for the time, was of no importance.The Guarded Heights|Wadsworth Camp
There was something about the luxurious comfort of the car and Walter's reassuring presence that made her feel quite safe.Nan Sherwood at Palm Beach|Annie Roe Carr
His grasp was reassuring, and Agatha watched the straining curves of canvas and the line of half-submerged hull.Masters of the Wheat-Lands|Harold Bindloss