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April 25, , at 6: Learn how your comment data is processed. The three fellows still abroad upon the island did not greatly trouble us; a single sentry on the shoulder of the hill was sufficient to ensure us against any sudden onslaught, and we thought, besides, they had had more than enough of fighting. August 10, , at April 28, , at 1:

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Ensure vs. Insure

His reputation was enough to ensure that he was always welcome. Insure your baggage before you leave home. Switch to new thesaurus.

Ensure that your television set is switched off at night. References in classic literature? The best intentions will not always ensure success. Leave Frederica, therefore, to punish herself for the plague she has given you, by indulging that romantic tender-heartedness which will always ensure her misery enough, and come to London as soon as you can.

To ensure that your whole host may withstand the brunt of the enemy's attack and remain unshaken-- this is effected by maneuvers direct and indirect. In the first place, I saw darkly what the nature of the conspiracy had been, how chances had been watched, and how circumstances had been handled to ensure impunity to a daring and an intricate crime.

The three fellows still abroad upon the island did not greatly trouble us; a single sentry on the shoulder of the hill was sufficient to ensure us against any sudden onslaught, and we thought, besides, they had had more than enough of fighting. Her brother's recommendation was enough to ensure her favour; his judgement could not err. AT a consultation, held between Colonel Winslow and Captain Murray, [of the New England forces, charged with the duty of exiling the Acadians,] it was agreed that a proclamation should be issued at the different settlements, requiring the attendance of the people at the respective posts on the same day; which proclamation should be so ambiguous in its nature that the object for which they were to assemble could not be discerned, and so peremptory in its terms as to ensure implicit obedience.

It would have been idle for me to have attempted resuming the interview so peremptorily terminated by Marnoo, who was evidently little disposed to compromise his own safety by any rash endeavour to ensure mine.

Their reply once ascertained, they could then discuss the mechanical means, and nothing should be wanting to ensure the success of this great experiment. The second is to obtain a tracking number.

As we stated in our earlier response, if the presenter is literally requesting that the sender add insurance coverage to the shipment, then it is correct as written. Thanks Jane for taking the time to post this. I have always had a difficult time with a lot of the English grammar and this helps a bunch. It seems as though Sam likes to hear himself or in this instance, SEE himself argue.

Thanks for the info and keep it up! I was just writing a letter and wondering if insure and ensure could be different but the same, good reference…. Installing a smoke alarm does not ensure the safety of your family even though the person fitting it assures you that it will.

This is why we have insurance. I think we can ensure that something is the case but we can say very little about what will happen in the future. Our definition of ensure is reasonably similar to every dictionary definition available: Ensure is perhaps our best human effort to predict a safe future.

We do like your two sentences where you use all three words: Language changes over time. OK, OK maybe modern usage demands that these words are interchangeable. I hate to see some of these distinctions lost, simply because we then lose the interest of using them literally for the fun of it. We understand what you are trying to do with your sentence, Bryan.

Unfortunately, insuring your car does not necessarily ensure your safety. It does help ensure that costs for damages to property and persons are covered. Words like everything else evolve over time. The definition of a word is in the context and usage. Meaning that the way that a word is used in a sentence can change the meaning of the word over time. Or add an additional definition to the word. This was a great help for me as I needed to put the correct term in my resume.

Our blog Assure vs. Since you want to know that the updates will be made, rather than just promised to be made, ensure is a better word. Take a look at the New York Times headline this morning Aug.

The headline is correct. Obama said that he wants to ensure the continued availablity of mortgages. In most cases ensure is going to be the right word. Jane, I am afraid that on this one issue, I must beg to disagree. In the UK, people distinguish between these words in their pronunciation and in their writing.

This is assuring for it ensures a level of insurance against the confusions that are more common regarding these words in the U. These sorts of changes in language are always occurring. Thank you for the information regarding the use of the English language in the UK.

Our website emphasizes American English and leans towards usage rules in the Chicago Manual of Style. A more complete definition of insure would be to protect from loss, not only to cover with an insurance policy, while ensure is to make certain. The use by the NRA is correct. They must constantly organize and act to ensure their rights against greed, corruption, incompetence, apathy, and …. Hello, I have often been told that the word tips was derived from the words To Insure Prompt Service.

Do you have any insight on the background of this word? Also, in this context should the word be ensure? Another good source for these sorts of questions is the Online Etymology Dictionary. I am editing a section of a document about quality assurance practices. But it is Quality Assurance. What do you think? You are correct that assure is more about saying than doing and ensure is more about doing what is necessary to achieve that assurance.

Since this document deals with quality assurance and the word assurance implies a promise, it is not surprising that the company chose the word assure. But assurance is about communicating confidence. How can a walk-through communicate? I think Quality Assurance should be Quality Ensurance, but ensurance is an obselete word, as you mention in a later post. By the way, Quality Control is something else. While assuring is more about saying than doing, saying is not the only method.

There is also a place for non-verbal communication in providing assurance. Please review the United States Constitution where insure is used frequently. On the topic of ensure vs. Yes, your phrases both demonstrate correct uses of the words ensure and assure. According to this definition, the US Constitution is wrong.

That usage is pretty common in business and software environments, with companies even using that construction in their names as well.

The use of insure seemed odd to me which brought me here. This is an old-school usage of insure that The New Yorker also employs. In our opinion, it can cause confusion. If you monitor future rulemakings, during the public comment period you might inquire as to what kind of insurance they are offering.

I believe their intent is to convey that joining the NRA helps provide a level of insurance that your gun rights will be protected. Thank you for presenting clarification for us information seekers wishing to keep this a literary competent world. I came to this site after I questioned how I used assure in a post. I am still confused and my post was; I thought I was being helpful and it would assure the help showed up. From what we can tell, we think you meant: I thought I was being helpful, which would ensure the help showed up.

The Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary notes that the word ensurance is an obsolete word meaning insurance. We no longer use this word in the English language. Therefore, there is no noun related to ensure. Obviously, there is a difference between ensure and assure. Please ensure that your question or comment relates to the topic of the blog post.

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