to ensure or certain to make confident by a guarantee declaration or any other proof
- cause to feel sure; offer reassurance to
- inform definitely along with certainty and confidence
- make sure of
- make a promise or dedication
- be careful or particular to-do some thing; make sure of some thing
- assure a person of truth of something with the intention of providing the listener self-confidence
- to be sure or particular; to make confident by a guarantee, statement, or any other research.
- To declare to, solemnly; to assert to (any one) aided by the design of inspiring belief or self-confidence.
- to ensure; to be sure or safe.
- To affiance; to betroth.
- To guarantee; to covenant to indemnify for reduction, or even spend a specified amount at death. See Insure.
1. which will make safe (as from dangers or opposing overthrow) : insure2. to provide confidence to3. to make sure or particular : convince4. to tell positively5. to be sure the coming or attainment of : guarantee
belated 14c., from Old French asseurer (12c., contemporary French assurer) "to reassure, calm, protect, to render yes," from Vulgar Latin *assecurar, from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + securus "safe, secure" (see secure (adj.)). Related: guaranteed; assuring.
(v. t.) To be sure or particular; to render confident by a promise, declaration, or any other proof.
- (v. t.) To declare to, solemnly; to say to (anyone) utilizing the design of inspiring belief or self-confidence.
- (v. t.) To verify; to make certain or secure.
- (v. t.) To affiance; to betroth.
You'll not face anyone willing to challenge you for him, ikir, I assure you, though there may be some left who might help him.