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Noun
/əˈSHo͝orəns/,
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assurances, plural;
  1. A positive declaration intended to give confidence; a promise
    • - he gave an assurance that work would not recommence until Wednesday
  2. Confidence or certainty in one's own abilities
    • - she drove with assurance
  3. Certainty about something
    • - the crowd’s assurance of Joe’s guilt
  4. Insurance, specifically life insurance


  1. freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities; "his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular"; "after that failure he lost his confidence"; "she spoke with authority"
  2. a binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something; "an assurance of help when needed"; "signed a pledge never to reveal the secret"
  3. a statement intended to inspire confidence; "the President's assurances were not respected"
  4. a British term for some kinds of insurance
  5. (assured) marked by assurance; exhibiting confidence; "she paints with an assured hand"
  6. (assured) characterized by certainty or security; "a tiny but assured income"; "we can never have completely assured lives"
  7. Assurance service is an independent professional service, typically provided by CPAs, with the goal of improving the information or the context of the information so that decision makers can make more informed, and presumably better decisions. ...
  8. Assurance is a Protestant Christian doctrine that states that the inner witness of the Holy Spirit allows the justified disciple to know they are saved. Based on the writings of St. ...
  9. The act of assuring; a declaration tending to inspire full confidence; that which is designed to give confidence; The state of being assured; firm persuasion; full confidence or trust; freedom from doubt; certainty; Firmness of mind; undoubting, steadiness; intrepidity; courage; confidence; self ...
  10. (ASSURANCES) statement concerning the institution's or organization's compliance with Civil Rights, Title IX, Section 504 guidelines, lobbying, etc. Assurances are required with many proposal applications.
  11. (Assurances) If, at any time, Vitro is, for any reason, or for no reason, insecure with respect to the prospective timely and complete performance by the buyer, the buyer shall, within 7 business days of the request, furnish Vitro such reasonable written assurances as Vitro may request.
  12. (Assurances) Requirements that applicants agree to observe as a condition of receiving funding.
  13. (Assurances) a legal document, used by states in applications for supplemental educational service providers, that guarantees that the provider will comply with specific guidelines set by the state.  Assurances require that a provider:
  14. (assurances) legally-binding statements signed by the applicant which states the applicant will do or refrain from doing certain things; when assurances are required by the grantor, assurance forms are usually included in the grant application package; the Superintendent is the only person in ...
  15. (Assured) Another name for insured.
  16. (Assured) Under the terms and conditions of a life insurance policy these are those that are insured.
  17. (Assured) Means the same as an insured, policyholder, or someone who has an insurance policy.
  18. (Assured) A party who is a potential beneficiary of an insurance contract. The synonym "insured" is more commonly used.
  19. (Assured) In the UK the assured is a person (or people) who have entered into a life assurance contract
  20. (assured) certain, sure, confident, calm, composed, secure, reliable, dependable, unfailing
  21. (assured) confident (adj), entrusted (vrb)
  22. a policy that you pay for, and that pays money to your next of kin when you die.
  23. A measure of confidence that the security features and architecture of an AIS accurately mediate and enforce the security policy.
  24. Theologically, assurance is the state of being confident in a condition or outcome. Usually it is applied to one’s assurance of salvation. ...
  25. Demonstrated levels of completeness, validity, accuracy and timeliness.