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Definition of "reassuring" []

  • (of someone's words or actions) helping to make one feel less worried about something (adjective)
  • Present participle of reassure. (verb)

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  • That reassures; causing comfort or confidence. (adjective)

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Use "reassuring" in a sentence
  • "His voice was grave, his expression reassuring yet concerned."
  • "Indeed, it should be reassuring from a democratic perspective."
  • "Geller said that he has had some success in reassuring Jewish voters when speaking to them one-on-one, but that national Jewish delegates had not made many inroads."