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Spell check of assure

Correct spelling: assure

go out, undertake, forebode, visualize, enforce, stipulate, stop up, say, master, check, examine, meet, convince, keep in line, mark off, fit, crystallize, aver, solace, figure, take care, curb, contain, inspirit, persuasion, vouch, strengthen, adopt, go over, cover, state, look, maintain, narrate, distinguish, consider, settle, witness, recount, correspond, guarantee, go through, profess, find, cinch, order, regard, checker, go steady, envision, double-check, progress, catch, experience, mark, fancy, secern, pledge, prove, severalise, hear, ensure, hearten, tick, watch, hold in, endorse, understand, see, satisfy, procure, look into, fix, agree, chequer, recite, command, stop, approve, ascertain, underwrite, arrest, severalize, run across, declare, picture, batten down, set down, find out, sustain, tally, visualise, support, hold, ice, turn back, tell, safeguard, assert, reckon, tell apart, attest, foretell, condition, certify, go through with, jibe, prognosticate, proclaim, break, plug, operate, learn, date, ratify, uphold, get a line, gibe, express, moderate, affirm, batten, reinforce, predict, construe, see to it, reassure, secure, determine, cheer, discipline, bond, suss out, certain, accept, interpret, guaranty, solidify, testify, admit, soothe, train, fasten, consent, countersign, differentiate, insure, promise, crystalize, win over, underline, sanction, verify, visit, take in, control, evidence, check over, pick up, enjoin, encounter, get word, acknowledge, comfort, delay, avouch, warrant, match, escort, substantiate, gel, establish, check out, propound, get wind, check up on, come across, persuade, check off, pronounce, confirm, discover, realise, implement, demonstrate, hold back, manipulate, attend, realize, secernate, anticipate, carry through, encourage, vow, adjure, validate, separate, console, audit, call, swear, claim, check into, view, submit, corroborate, project, contend, tick off, image, run into.

destroy, pester, worry, dishearten, intensify, aggravate, irritate, harass, discourage, fret, annul, distress, unsettle, console, upset, cancel, trouble, weaken, shatter, vex, demoralize, torment, irk, abrogate, shake, condole with, worsen, torture, annoy, undermine, overthrow, enfeeble.

Examples of usage:

1) I hear nothing, I assure you, my dear Mrs. Broon. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) In the course of a few weeks we secured enough to assure comfort and ease during the long night. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) I would like to assure you of my good- will. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.