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Example Sentences for "assure"

I assure you, it won't happen againI'm sorry I'm late with my homework. I assure you, it won't happen again.

Can you give me your assurance that the work will be done on time?

The U.N. has assured the government that they will not interfere in their internal affairs.

I give you my assurance that the report will be completed by 3:00 tomorrow at the latest.

A government spokesman has assured the refugees that they will not be sent back to their countries.

We can assure you that your grandmother will be well taken care of here.

With yesterday's win against Mexico, Peru is assured a place in the final round of the Gold Cup.

Economist John Kenneth Galbraith once suggested that if all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular error.

There is a Gaelic proverb which observes that self-assurance is two-thirds of success.

The company isn't hiring right now, but the personnel department assured me they would call me if any position opens up.

She assured us that the work would be done on time, and within the agreed upon budget.

Earl Wilson once joked that nothing is quite as embarrassing as watching your boss do something you assured him couldn't be done.

Tourists in Finland are assured of seeing the midnight sun if they visit the country sometime between the middle of May and the third week of June.

Despite assurances that they would never raise taxes, the government increased personal income taxes within a year of being elected.

After assuring his wife that he would never cheat on her again, he secretly met with his ex-girlfriend.


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