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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Jools, 36, who has four children with TV chef husband Jamie, said: "The course has really put my mind at rest."
" Jools, 36, who has four children with TV chef husband Jamie,said: "The course has really put my mind at rest."
| I was a little worried that my daughter wasn't studying hard enough for one of her Highers but she put my mind at rest. "Dad, it doesn't start until two o'clock, I've got all morning."
If only I could have back one day To put my mind at rest I would listen to all you had to say Then I would leave nothing unexpressed.
I had to put my mind at rest," the Mirror quoted her as saying.
Thanks also to Dr Jameel, the gentleman who put my mind at rest with a post-op scan.
It has put my mind at rest that he wasn't taking anything else, as a lot of people were saying.
"I haven't quite corrected it or done enough work in that period of time, but it's obviously put my mind at rest. And I'm focusing more on playing golf, and that's what you would have seen last week.
After our talk, he told me he'd been quite nervous and hoped that he'd put my mind at rest.
She says: "My heart tells me you know and I am on bended knees begging you to end this torture and finally put my mind at rest."
Is there any truth in them and can you put my mind at rest?
"I won't lie, I didn't expect to play having not trained all week but it was a nice bonus to find out I was and to put in a decent performance without feeling my foot has put my mind at rest.
'The lump turned out to be fatty tissue, but I was so glad I'd gone because it put my mind at rest.'
Having made numerous enquiries through various channels including RSPCA, NGRC, the police and RGT, all to no avail, I am appealing to readers to put my mind at rest.
The surgeon who performed my operation was Anwar Salam and he put my mind at rest. In fact, they were actually humming throughout the procedure - how relaxed did you need to be!
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