- 1to tell someone confidently that something is true, especially so that they do not worry
- 2to make something certain to happen
Using assure: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "assure" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I assure you that everything will be fine.
The company assured its customers that their data was safe.
The new measures will assure the success of the project.
He assured me of his support.
assure Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with assure
The doctor assured me of a full recovery.
I assure you of my complete cooperation.
She assured herself of the safety of the situation before proceeding.
Origins of assure
from Old French 'aseurer', from Latin 'securus', meaning 'secure'
Summary: assure in Brief
'Assure' [əˈʃʊr] means to confidently tell someone that something is true, often to alleviate worry. It can also mean to make something certain to happen. Examples include 'I assure you that everything will be fine,' and 'The new measures will assure the success of the project.' Phrases like 'assure someone of something' and 'assure oneself of something' further clarify the meaning of 'assure.'