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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Your GP may be able to put your mind at rest or refer you for further testing.
It might be good to do a bit of reading on that to put your mind at rest.
"Not only can a medical professional put your mind at rest, they can also check out all the symptoms and tell you what the matter really is," she added.
(Hopefully we'll be able to put your mind at rest.)
I am so sorry to hear of your loss and hope my response does put your mind at rest.
Go to your GP for an 'MOT' and he can run tests to put your mind at rest.
A child development unit has the resources to assess a child in all aspects of development, and this will help put your mind at rest. RH
But to put your mind at rest, you can now check on your home no matter where in the world you are with the launch of a new gadget from dabs.
"With automatic screening you can put your mind at rest or get early treatment if something is detected.
Do go and see your GP and explain your fears, he or she will be perfectly happy to talk sensibly to you about this and I am sure you will be offered an examination to put your mind at rest.
So let us put your mind at rest by insisting these changes are not for us.
Favorite getaway: The mountains of Switzerland, where "you can put your mind at rest."
If he's happy in the relationship and has no doubts, then why doesn't he tell his parents to put your mind at rest?
A THEN see your GP and put your mind at rest. It could just be something very minor.
I'm sure there's nothing wrong with you but if you want to put your mind at rest, visit your local family-planning clinic and ask to see a female doctor.
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