Re: Insure vs. Ensure

Subject: Re: Insure vs. Ensure
From: Eric Haddock <eric -at- ENGAGENET -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 1996 10:42:08 -0500

>to me "insure" means "to cover with
>insurance" while "ensure" means "to make damned sure of it."

Second the motion.



"Assure" has a different meaning altogether for me. "Assure," is a verb
meaning one person essentially consoles another. "I assure you the arm can
be reattached" is different than "I ensure you the arm can be reattached."



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