earnest: [adjective] characterized by or proceeding from an intense and serious state of mind.

See synonyms for: assured / assuredly / assuredness on Thesaurus.

. (obsolete) To guarantee, promise (to do something).

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# get , influence. The Oxford Learner’s Dictionary defines an adjective as “a word that describes a person or thing, for example ‘big’, ‘red’ and ‘clever’ in a big house, red wine and a clever idea. assure something Victory would assure a place in the finals.

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. (əˈʃʊr ) verb transitive Word forms: asˈsured or asˈsuring.

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The meaning of ENSURE is to make sure, certain, or safe : guarantee.

. We often use a that-clause after an adjective like “assured” to express opinions or feelings.

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convince.
[=that hard work would make him sure to succeed] We must assure that every child gets a proper education.
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See more. Some synonyms and near synonyms of the verb compose (meaning “to make up”) are: Constitute; Embody; Form; Make up; People increasingly use “comprise” as a synonym of “compose. Assurance definition, a positive declaration intended to give confidence: He received assurances of support for the project.

(əˈʃʊr ) verb transitive Word forms: asˈsured or asˈsuring. . She is assured of (having/getting) a job when she graduates. See also synonyms for: assured / assuring. belief in oneself.

“Comprise” traditionally means “to be made up.

To reassure. = We must assure a proper education for every child.

composure.

“Comprise” traditionally means “to be made up.

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The word “that” links a noun clause with “rest assured” to form a sentence.

assuring.