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reassure verb

ADV. constantly He was constantly reassuring himself that he had acted for the best. | quickly

VERB + REASSURE be able to, can | seek to, try to | hasten to | do little to, do nothing to | do much to The report will do much to reassure parents of children at the school.

PREP. about trying to reassure the public about the safety of public transport | of She needed to be reassured of his love for her. | with He reassured her with a pat on the arm.

PHRASES feel reassured Kate nodded, but she didn't feel reassured. | need reassuring Often parents simply need reassuring that their children are happy at school.