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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishassuredas‧sured /əˈʃʊəd $ əˈʃʊrd/ ●○○ adjective  1 CONFIDENTconfident about your own abilities syn self-assured an assured manner2 be assured of something3 CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYcertain to happen or to be achieved Her political future looks assured.4 the assured
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assuredHer victory looks assured.With our two by two seating layout your comfort and ease of movement is assured.But the otherwise fresh, assured and generally excellent Radio Five has problems.Tenancies will be on an assured basis rather than on a secured one.a calm and assured mannerAchieve that and do it while respecting all else around you and you are assured of your right to come again.In addition he seeks covenants to ensure that surrounding parkland remains as pasture so that the wider country house landscape is assured protection.Only landlords approved by the Secretary of State can let on assured tenancies.
From Longman Business Dictionaryassuredas‧sured1 /əˈʃʊədəˈʃʊrd/ noun the (life) assured British EnglishINSURANCE the person or organization that will receive the money from an assurance agreement, or the person whose life is covered by the agreement SYN the insured AmEA policy is of no effect until the certificate is delivered to the assured.assuredassured2 adjective an assured income/supply/market etcCOMMERCEECONOMICS something that you can rely on to be availableJoe’s assured income persuaded the bank to lend him the money.Plentiful raw materials and assured markets had improved living standards.