Simple Definition of reassure
: to make (someone) feel less afraid, upset, or doubtful
Examples of reassure
Experts reassured the public that the accident wouldn't happen again.
I tried to reassure myself that the children were safe.
The news didn't reassure him.
First Known Use of reassure
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