What does reassuring mean?

Definitions for reassuring
re·as·sur·ing

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. reassuringadjective

    restoring confidence and relieving anxiety

    "a very reassuring remark"

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  1. reassuringadjective

    That reassures; causing comfort or confidence.

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  1. reassuring

    Reassuring refers to the act of restoring confidence, reducing someone's fears or anxieties, or making someone feel calm and secure. It typically involves actions, words, or behaviors that provide comfort or encouragement, boosting a person's belief or confidence in a positive outcome or situation.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of reassuring in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of reassuring in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of reassuring in a Sentence

  1. Joe Biden:

    At this moment, when there's so much fear in the country and so much fear across the world, we need American leadership, we need presidential leadership that's honest, trusted, truthful and steady, reassuring leadership.

  2. James Clapper:

    I think it would have been a lot more appropriate, a lot more sincere, had he actually named the targets and said something reassuring to them.

  3. Air Force:

    While it took some time, this week's results confirm my confidence the Boeing team will get this figured out. It's reassuring to see the program take this important step toward the production decision in August.

  4. Justin Trudeau:

    We need to be consulting with communities; we need to be partnering with indigenous peoples; we need to be reassuring Canadians that the science and environmental impact and the risks are being properly monitored, however, we do need to continue to allow processes ... underway where proponents of a broad range of projects can attempt to acquire the social license that simply was not available, even as a theoretical option, over the past years.

  5. Koichi Yoshikawa:

    That is reassuring markets and investors' funds that had fled to the U.S. markets are returning to high-yielding currencies and emerging markets.

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