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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I hope this information helps put his mind at rest.
To put his mind at rest, it is not compulsory to have a smart meter installed despite what some energy companies are saying.
Elsewhere, Arthur is worried about who will look after him if anything happens to Laurel - and strangely, the news that Nicola is being lined up as his guardian doesn't put his mind at rest.
Scaggsie, 73, fears she might spill the beans about his exotic private life but I can put his mind at rest.
If so I can put his mind at rest that, if Ms Williams is successful in her leadership bid, this honourable party with its long Liberal tradition in Wales will be led by someone who can make a refreshingly great change to the way in which we do politics in our country.
If the Prime Minister is worried that building wind farms is unpopular, he can put his mind at rest.
So he sent an SOS to Scotland - where a team of boffins were able to help put his mind at rest.
Alice travels through time to put his mind at rest.
Further tests put his mind at rest on that, l e av i n g We s t w o o d convinced that he has been carrying an injury all year.
In a statement on the club's website, Simpson said: "We were disappointed to read Sir Elton's comments and I would have hoped he'd have spoken to me first to voice his concerns so I could put his mind at rest.
WOLVES keeper Matt Murray today revealed his surprise at being given the nod for Saturday's opening game of the season at Plymouth, but admitted it had put his mind at rest over his injury fears
But yesterday, he saw the funny side after a phone call to the BT accounts office put his mind at rest.
Feeling tense on the day of the premiere, Drama heads to a massage parlour to put his mind at rest and try to relax but it doesn't exactly have the desired effect.
A quiet word with the latter should put his mind at rest or ring the NHS helpline on 0800 224488.
But I can understand him wanting to put his mind at rest about his future.
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