put (one's) mind at rest

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put (one's) mind at rest

To reduce or remove one's worry, anxiety, dread, fear, etc. I know you're anxious to hear how your father is doing after the surgery, so let me put your mind at rest—he's going to make a full recovery. That bonus really put my mind at rest about these debts.
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If you're too embarrassed to tell her face to face, leave her a note before you leave the house one morning and tell her you have started your period and just want to put her mind at rest.
Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe could put her mind at rest if the force remains 100% committed to Operation Fishpool.
Gwyneth hasn't been feeling herself recently and she decides to revisit the doctor to put her mind at rest.
She called the Truro Diocese of the Church of England last week and asked for help to put her mind at rest.
The source added: "Coleen has heard what he said, but she's insisting he takes a test to put her mind at rest.
Now I wonder if I should have, if only to put her mind at rest that he hadn't had an accident.
The coroner's report of accidental death does nothing to put her mind at rest, and neither does discovering the identity of the passenger, businesswoman Milena Livingstone.
Will Liam be able to put her mind at rest or is Carla the one he really wants?
An insider said: "They were keen to put her mind at rest and tell her she is still a very valued member of the cast.
Charlie is able to put her mind at rest, but his words of comfort come a little too late to convince Sam she is capable of raising a child on her own - or to stop the cabbie getting pulled over by the police.
Afterwards, Naomi's mum said that the inquest had helped put her mind at rest because it established they were killed by a tragic accident.