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  • 61rest assured — {v. phr.} To be convinced; persuaded; certain and unworried. * / Please rest assured, he said seriously, that I will keep all of my promises. / …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 62rest assured — {v. phr.} To be convinced; persuaded; certain and unworried. * / Please rest assured, he said seriously, that I will keep all of my promises. / …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 63Mutual Assured Destruction — (MAD, auf deutsch „wechselseitige zugesicherte Zerstörung“) oder Gleichgewicht des Schreckens (umgangssprachlich: Atompatt) bezeichnet eine Situation, in der die Nuklearmächte vom Ersteinsatz von Nuklearwaffen dadurch abgehalten werden, dass der… …

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  • 64Mutual assured destruction — (MAD, auf deutsch „wechselseitige zugesicherte Zerstörung“) oder Gleichgewicht des Schreckens (umgangssprachlich: Atompatt) bezeichnet eine Situation, in der die Nuklearmächte vom Ersteinsatz von Nuklearwaffen dadurch abgehalten werden, dass der… …

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  • 65sum assured — UK US noun [C] (plural sums assured) INSURANCE ► a minimum amount that someone you have named in an insurance document will receive when you die: »In the event of your death, your dependents will receive the sum assured attached to the policy …

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  • 66self-assured — also self assured, 1711, from SELF (Cf. self) + assured (see ASSURE (Cf. assure)) …

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  • 67Self-assured — Self as*sured , a. Assured by or of one s self; self reliant; complacent. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 68life assured — ➔ assured1 …

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  • 69the assured — ► INSURANCE a person who is named in an insurance agreement , especially for a type of insurance that will pay them money at the end of an agreed period, or the person who has the right to receive the money when the person named in the insurance… …

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  • 70self-assured — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. self confident, assured, certain; see confident 2 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. confident, self confident, sure of oneself, cocky, *full of oneself, secure, self possessed, cool. ANT.: insecure, lacking self esteem …

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  • 71self-assured — ADJ GRADED Someone who is self assured shows confidence in what they say and do because they are sure of their own abilities. He s a self assured, confident negotiator. Syn: self confident …

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  • 72self-assured — [adj] confident assured, believing, bold, brave, cocksure*, cocky, courageous, expectant, expecting, fearless, overconfident, positive, puffed up*, secure, sure, unafraid; concepts 403,404 …

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  • 73be assured — phrase to be certain to happen Her success is now virtually assured. Thesaurus: to be certain or likely to happensynonym general words meaning to happensynonym Main entry: assure …

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  • 74self-assured — self assuredness /self euh shoor id nis/, n. /self euh shoord /, adj. self confident. [1705 15] Syn. assured, confident, cocky, positive. * * * …

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  • 75self-assured — adjective confident in ones own abilities Syn: assured …

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  • 76rest assured — verb Be sure; no need to worry; trust. You may rest assured that our best efforts will be put forth to give you entire satisfaction …

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  • 77rest assured — index opine Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 78self-assured — index assertive, positive (confident) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 79self-assured — Synonyms and related words: arrogant, assured, balanced, cocksure, collected, composed, confident, convinced, decided, determined, equanimous, equilibrious, hubristic, levelheaded, overconfident, oversure, overweening, persuaded, poised, pompous …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 80rest\ assured — v. phr. To be convinced; persuaded; certain and unworried. Please rest assured, he said seriously, that I will keep all of my promises …

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