reassure (one) of (something)

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reassure (one) of (something)

To make one feel confident or assured about something; to make a promise or guarantee about something to one. They went to great lengths to reassure me of the security of my job after the completion of the merger. He reassured me of his devotion to our marriage.
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reassure someone of something

to promise or guarantee someone something. Kelly reassured her friend of her support in the election. Please reassure Tom of our continued support.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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On the whole, and especially in relation to those sheets which are not by household names, the overall impression is a reassuring one of gradual progress in the right direction.
In the play's final scene, Sir Alexander's fantasies (both the reassuring one of a stable social order, in which signs are fixed to referents, and the horrifying one, in which outward signs do not reflect inner content) are staged for him.