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King James Dictionary
ASSU'RANCE, n. ashu'rance. L. verus or securus, contracted.
1. The act of assuring, or of making a declaration in terms that furnish ground of confidence as, I trusted to his assurances or the act of furnishing any ground of full confidence.
Whereof he hath given assurance to all men, in that he hath raised him from the dead. Acts 17 .
2. Firm persuasion full confidence or trust freedom from doubt certain expectation the utmost certainty.
Let us draw near with a true heart, in full assurance of faith. Hebrews 10 .
3. Firmness of mind undoubting steadiness intrepidity.
Brave men meet danger with assurance.
4. Excess of boldness impudence as, his assurance is intolerable.
5. Freedom from excessive modesty, timidity or bashfulness laudable confidence.
Conversation with the world will give them knowledge and assurance.
6. Insurance a contract to make good a loss. See Insurance.
7. Any writing or legal evidence of the conveyance of property.
9. In theology, full confidence of one's interest in Christ, and of final salvation.
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