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assurance, n. 1. assertion, affirmation, averment, asseveration, profession, protestation, avouchment, declaration, statement.
2. pledge, promise, vow, oath, word of honor; guaranty, guarantee, warrant, warranty, contract, bond, security, surety; attestation,
Obs. vouch, certification, confirmation, corroboration; testimony, Law. deposition, evidence, proof.
3. confidence, reassurance, reassurement, freedom from doubt, certainty, certitude; belief, conviction, persuasion, credence, faith, trust, reliance, dependence; security, secureness, assuredness, sureness.
4. self-confidence, self-possession, self-assurance, aplomb, poise; coolness, calmness, collectedness, composure, equanimity, self-control, restraint; courage, strength, fortitude, hardihood, spirit, pluck,
SI. guts; bravery, valor, intrepidity, intrepidness, daring, audacity, boldness, heroism, gallantry.
5. impudence, effrontery, gall,
Inf. cheek, insolence, brashness, rudeness, SI. lip, back talk, Inf. sass, SI. mouth; impertinence, sauciness, Inf. sauce, pertness, Inf. nerve, audacity; boldness, Inf face, presumption, presumptuousness, forwardness. Inf. freshness; selfassertiveness, chutzpah, bumptiousness, brazenness, brassiness, assertiveness, aggressiveness, Inf. pushiness; overbearingness, domineeringness, Inf. bossiness; arrogance, overconfidence, cocksureness; front, haughtiness, self-importance. assure, v. 1. assert, affirm, aver, asseverate, avouch, declare; state, inform, tell.
2. pledge, promise, vow, give one's word; guarantee, attest to, vouch for, certify, warrant; ensure, insure, make sure
or certain, confirm, corroborate, make firm, stabilize, settle; secure, clinch, clench, SI. cinch, seal, complete, consummate.
3. reassure, free from doubt, give confidence to, encourage; hearten, embolden, inspirit, strengthen, enliven, give [s.o.] a boost,
SI. give [s.o.] a shot in the arm, lift or raise [s.o.'s] spirits, gladden; cheer up, comfort, soothe, pacify, calm, solace, console, make [s.o.] feel better; relieve, mitigate, alleviate, palliate, assuage, ease, lessen, lighten. assured, adj. 1. guaranteed, sure, certain, secure, reliable, dependable, trustworthy, unfailing; definite, positive, absolute, infallible, unerring, inerrable; indubitable, undoubtable, unquestionable, indisputable.
2. confident, self-confident, self-possessed, sure of oneself, steady, unwavering, unhesitating, unflinching, unblinking; in control, self-controlled.
3. impudent, insolent,
Inf. cheeky, brash, rude; impertinent, saucy, pert; bold, audacious, Inf nervy, presumptuous, forward, Inf. fresh; self-assertive, bumptious, brazen, brassy, assertive, aggressive, Inf. pushy; overbearing, domineering, Inf. bossy, authoritarian; arrogant, overconfident, cocksure, haughty, self-important. assuredly, adv. 1. certainly, surely, definitely, no doubt, absolutely, positively; indubitably, without a doubt, doubtless, unquestionably, indisputably; truly, in truth, Archaic, in troth, actually, really; indeed, of course, to be sure, certes; infallibly, unerringly, inerra-bly; unfailingly, reliably, dependably; exactly, precisely, just so.
2. confidently, self-confidently, with surety, steadily, firmly; unwaveringly, unhesitatingly, unflinchingly, controllably, authoritatively. astir,
adj. 1. moving, in motion, about; in circulation, abroach; active, stirring, bustling, lively.
2. roused, out of bed, unconfined,
Med. ambulatory, Med. ambulant, walking, afoot, up and around, up and about.
astonish, v. amaze, astound, surprise, dumbfound,

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Lithops Julli

Some plants use toxins to avoid being eaten. Some use thorns, or turn into carnivores. The Lithops Julli survives by pretending to be a rock. If youre into picking up rocks in South Africa, chances are youll pick one of these up, too. The disguise seems useless because theyre flowering plants. Nope, even the flowers are disguised with abstract lines and colors. The colors of everything about the plant are atypical for this very reason.

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