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as·sured

 (ə-sho͝ord′)
adj.
1. Made certain; guaranteed: an assured income.
2. Exhibiting confidence or authority: paints with an assured hand.
3. Chiefly British Insured.

as·sur′ed·ly (-ĭd-lē) adv.
as·sur′ed·ness n.

assured

(əˈʃʊəd)
adj
1. made certain; sure; guaranteed
2. self-assured
3. (Insurance) chiefly Brit insured, esp by a life assurance policy
n
(Insurance) chiefly
a. the beneficiary under a life assurance policy
b. the person whose life is insured
assuredly adv
asˈsuredness n

as•sured

(əˈʃʊərd, əˈʃɜrd)

adj.
1. guaranteed; sure; secure.
2. bold; confident; authoritative.
3. boldly presumptuous.
n.
4.
a. the beneficiary of an insurance policy.
b. the one whose life or property is insured.
[1325–75]
as•sur′ed•ly, adv.
as•sur′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.assured - marked by assuranceassured - marked by assurance; exhibiting confidence; "she paints with an assured hand"
confident - having or marked by confidence or assurance; "a confident speaker"; "a confident reply"; "his manner is more confident these days"; "confident of fulfillment"
2.assured - characterized by certainty or security; "a tiny but assured income"; "we can never have completely assured lives"
secure - free from danger or risk; "secure from harm"; "his fortune was secure"; "made a secure place for himself in his field"

assured

assured

adjective
1. Having no doubt:
2. Having a firm belief in one's own powers:
Translations
sebejistý
selvsikker
öruggur, viss
kendinden eminkendine güvenen

assured

[əˈʃʊəd]
A. ADJ
1. (= self-assured) → confiado, sereno
2. (= certain) → seguro
you have an assured futuretienes un porvenir seguro
B. N the assured (esp Brit) (Fin) (sing) → el asegurado/la asegurada; (pl) → los asegurados/las aseguradas

assured

[əˈʃʊərd] adj
(= guaranteed) → assuré(e)
victory is assured → la victoire est assurée
(= confident) → assuré(e)
rest assured that ... → soyez assuré(e) que ...

assured

n (Brit) → Versicherte(r) mf
adjsicher; income, future alsogesichert; (= self-confident)sicher; to rest assured that …sicher sein, dass …; to rest assured of somethingeiner Sache (gen)sicher sein

assured

[əˈʃʊəd] adj (confident) → sicuro/a; (certain, promotion) → assicurato/a
success was assured → il successo era garantito or assicurato

assure

(əˈʃuə) verb
1. to tell positively. I assured him (that) the house was empty.
2. to make (someone) sure. You may be assured that we shall do all we can to help.
asˈsurance noun
1. confidence. an air of assurance.
2. a promise. He gave me his assurance that he would help.
3. insurance. life assurance.
asˈsured adjective
certain and confident. an assured young woman.
References in classic literature ?
But these were mere trifles, and they assured their mother that the experiment was working finely.
Be assured they will not harm you unless you are scratched by them.
He assured us that they were good for one--better than medicine; in his country people lived on them at this time of year.
He assured her the child was consuming at that moment in the next room.
When assured that all was still, and unable to detect, even by the aid of his practiced senses, any sign of his approaching foes, he would deliberately resume his slow and guarded progress.
He assured his honor that he must have more time to prepare his case.
Still more recently he had been a public lecturer on Mesmerism, for which science (as he assured Phoebe, and, indeed, satisfactorily proved, by putting Chanticleer, who happened to be scratching near by, to sleep) he had very remarkable endowments.
Two or three of their number, as I was assured, being gouty and rheumatic, or perhaps bed-ridden, never dreamed of making their appearance at the Custom-House during a large part of the year; but, after a torpid winter, would creep out into the warm sunshine of May or June, go lazily about what they termed duty, and, at their own leisure and convenience, betake themselves to bed again.
An unknown man in a lonely place is a permitted object of fear to a young woman privately bred; and the figure that faced me was--a few more seconds assured me--as little anyone else I knew as it was the image that had been in my mind.
To this, in substance, he replied, that though what I hinted was true enough, yet he had a particular affection for his own harpoon, because it was of assured stuff, well tried in many a mortal combat, and deeply intimate with the hearts of whales.
And when those defendants were remonstrated with, their captain snapped his fingers in the plaintiffs' teeth, and assured them that by way of doxology to the deed he had done, he would now retain their line, harpoons, and boat, which had remained attached to the whale at the time of the seizure.
For every one that Jurgis spoke to assured him that it was a waste of time to seek employment for the old man in Packingtown.