reassureverb [T]uk /ˌriː.əˈʃɔːr/ us /-ˈʃʊr/
- The president hastened to reassure his people that he was in perfect health.
- They sought to reassure the public.
- He reassured people that law-abiding citizens would have nothing to fear from the enquiries.
- The police have reassured witnesses who may be afraid to come forward that they will be guaranteed anonymity.
- The firmness of his handshake reassured me.