English words and Examples of Usage

use "reassure" in a sentence

He has been wheeled out again in an apparent bid to reassure markets.

But Omour admits there is more work to be done to reassure neighbors.

"Now I need to go to Europe to market my business properly and reassure them.

It would probably scare people more than reassure them, Scissors said."

He also sought to reassure parliamentarians about the cost to German taxpayers.

After the incident the band took to social media to reassure their worried fans.

Police also sought to reassure congregants that they were there to protect them.

In appointing Bratton, de Blasio hoped to reassure both the public and the police.

Mowat says he wants to reassure people there is nothing secretive about the review.

He said the force had increased patrols to reassure local residents and businesses.

Authorities have since sought to reassure a jittery public that the Big Apple is safe.

“If you can reassure yourself in the midst of it, it won’t cost you so much,” she said.

Reassure your teen there are many good colleges, and many ways to make it in this world.

Some 3,000 troops were deployed to help restore order and reassure a frightened populace.

She added she hoped the new guidance would reassure people they can and should ask for help.

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