reassuringly


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re·as·sure

 (rē′ə-sho͝or′)
tr.v. re·as·sured, re·as·sur·ing, re·as·sures
1. To restore confidence to: I felt reassured that I was up to the job.
2. To assure again: We reassured him that the project was on schedule.
3. To reinsure.

re′as·sur′ance n.
re′as·sur′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.reassuringly - in a reassuring manner; "the prime minister pointed reassuringly to the silence of the British press"
Translations
بصورةٍ مُطَمْئِنَه
konejšivě
beroligende
bíztatóan
á hughreystandi hátt
güven verici şekilde

reassuringly

[ˈriːəˈʃʊərɪŋlɪ] ADVde modo tranquilizador
he spoke reassuringlynos tranquilizó con sus palabras
a reassuringly strong performanceuna actuación cuya fuerza nos alentó
he was now in reassuringly familiar surroundingsel entorno era ahora familiar y le hacía sentirse más tranquilo

reassuringly

[ˌriːəˈʃʊərɪŋli] adv [say] → d'un ton rassurant
to smile reassuringly
She smiled at me reassuringly → Elle m'a souri pour me rassurer.
reassuringly solid → d'une solidité rassurante

reassuringly

adv say, simpleberuhigend; familiarberuhigend, tröstlich

reassuringly

[ˌriːəˈʃʊərɪŋlɪ] advin modo rassicurante

reassure

(riəˈʃuə) verb
to take away the doubts or fears of. The woman was worried about the dangers of taking aspirins, but her doctor reassured her.
ˌreasˈsurance noun
1. the process of reassuring or being reassured.
2. something said etc that makes a person feel reassured. She wants reassurance; Despite his reassurances, I'm still not happy.
ˌreasˈsuring adjective
the doctor's reassuring remarks.
ˌreasˈsuringly adverb
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"It's all right, officer," he said, reassuringly. "I'm just waiting for a friend.
"There, there, Marilla, you can have your own way," said Matthew reassuringly. "Only be as good and kind to her as you can without spoiling her.
The lady-god pressed his two flanks together reassuringly, and he turned to her, his cool nose touched questioningly to her cheek.
Then a candle flickered on the stairs, and Miss Wilson's voice, reassuringly firm, was heard.
Darling of this success, and pressing her hand reassuringly when she said she hoped his head would not be turned by it.
"Oh, all will come right," said the widow reassuringly.
At sight of me, he halted for an instant, then turned and dove into the forest, and, though I called reassuringly to him in English he did not return nor did I again see him.
"But that is equivalent to one hundred and forty-four miles in twenty-four hours," I added reassuringly.
"Right!" he pronounced all at once reassuringly, as though all were solved for him.
And by this time the cherubic parent was so fearful of surprise, that, but for the two wooden legs on which Gruff and Glum was reassuringly mounted, his conscience might have introduced, in the person of that pensioner, his own stately lady disguised, arrived at Greenwich in a car and griffins, like the spiteful Fairy at the christenings of the Princesses, to do something dreadful to the marriage service.
she met his glance and smiled at him reassuringly. And in that moment he felt that she knew him despite his disguise and looked to him to keep the honor of old Sherwood.
"I shall take a mere mouthful of ham and a glass of ale," he said, reassuringly. "As a man with public business, I take a snack when I can.