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Support

Synonyms for support:

Sense 1

beam, lodge, furnish, get behind, clemency, espouse, ally, lend, Oppositionist, joist, cater, provide fororagainst, rally around, column, urge, splint, largesse, commend, enforce, bail out, associate with, participation, preseason, Contraposition, antonym, contrapositive, protestation, opposer, nitpick, stand for, Remonstration, sympathize, advocacy, guarantee, recommendation, pettifog, antipodean, oppositional, guide, self-sacrifice, basis, speak up for, solidarity, get through, generosity, give of, espousal, recommend, zero-sum game, stick up for, subsistence, forgiveness, declare for, diametric, antipodal, promotion, agree to, force feed, render, contradistinction, extreme sport, competence, contact sport, regale, cheerleading, see through, sleep, solicitude, subserve, speak of, carry through, plug for, put out, contrariety, contrarious, abetment, olympic, altruism, rehouse, rafter, adversarial, straighten out, root for, lay on, contrariness, stick by, tie in with, spectator sport, reach out to, stick together, sponsorship, skeleton, posit, delicacy, alliance, flying buttress, feed, moral support, antonymous, pivotal, tlc, ornery, assurance, advantage, antonymic, Antipode, pass on, niggle, kindness, pilot, antipodes, mercy, vote for, build up, underwriter.

Sense 2

convenience, adversary, demur, satisfy, bounty, postulate, buck, apologize, inveigh, antagonist, cavil, contrary, expostulation, consolation, rib, liberality, vaulting, bottom, diplomacy, align, adherence, anchor, gantry, opposed, warmth, diametrical, froward, wayward, discretion, rail, leg, suggest, press, foundation, attention, appropriation, guarantor, fortification, carp, substructure, alignment, hulk, underline, get off, contradiction, upright, squawk, pillar, antithesis, prop up, sympathy, balky, spoon-feed, indulgence, trust, remonstrance, vote of confidence, resister, remonstrate, make good, acknowledgment, take in, expostulate, adverse, contradictory, gird, horse, vindicate, antagonistic, peewee, framework, strut, buoy, remedy, i-beam, antipathetic, shore, justify, agree with, comfort, sporting, polarity, antithetical.

Sense 3

endorsement, follow, objection, testimonial, underwrite, antagonism, rally, look after, fan, hope, bracket, opponent, protest, care for, word, except, consideration, quibble, backer, rest, receive, friendly, charity, polar, bring up, pier, rock.

Sense 4

cradle, exception, dispute, pit, pivot, opposite, capital, pickup, angel, seat, opposing.

Sense 5

reverse, surround, reference, sensitivity, bread, perverse, module, challenge, sport.

Sense 6

guaranty, go far, quarter, traverse, kick.

Sense 7

impossible, stud, difficult.

Sense 9

pile.

Sense 10

away, character.

Sense 12

track.

Sense 13

show.

Sense 18

catch.

allegiance

loyalty.

announce

come out for.

approve

get behind, second, permit, establish.

assist

facilitate, stand up for.

barricade

rampart.

block

fulcrum.

buttress

keystone, slat, bulwark.

commend

speak well of.

cushion

pillow.

defend

stick up for, speak up for.

excuse

justification.

foundation

infrastructure.

girdle

corset.

help

cooperation, buddy system, contribution, backscratching, ministrations, advancement, good works.

holder

socket.

indemnity

insurance.

interest

behalf.

protect

fend.

protection

auspices.

purchase

leverage.

put-up

put up.

reserve

resource.

sanction

approval, authorization, approbation.

scaffolding

ways.

shore

stilt.

stand

pedestal, stand.

stay

stanchion.

stem

stalk.

stick

stave.

strengthen

beef up.

substantiate

bear out.

support

brace.

urge

pitch.

wedge

cleat.

Other synonyms and related words:

bide, sponsorship, upkeep, backing, bolster up, sanction, bear out, keep, financial backing, abide, subsistence, advocate, stave, tolerate, financing, stay, care for, fortification, afford, countenance, promotion, keep up, sponsor, hold, promote, sustentation, carry, patronize, go, back up, prop up, suffer, stand, maintenance, sustainment, undergo, hold up, fulcrum, bear, endure.

Sense 2 (noun)

guide, help out, pillar, stave, shore, stilt, column, rib, rampart, get through.

Sense 3 (noun)

subsidy, subsistence, alimony.

Sense 5 (noun)

feed, lay on, take in, cater.

Sense 9 (noun)

endorsement, advocacy, solidarity, moral support, loyalty.

Sense 11 (noun)

agree with, speak up for, get behind, align, ally, sympathize.

Sense 12 (noun)

show.

Sense 13 (noun)

afford.

Sense 15 (noun)

appropriation, bounty.

Sense 17 (noun)

contact sport, away, zero-sum game, extreme sport, friendly.

Sense 18 (noun)

corset.

Sense 19 (noun)

gantry, joist, framework, scaffold, rafter, foundation, stanchion.

Sense 20 (noun)

catch, prop up.

aid (noun)

relief, facilitation, attendant, service, Mothering, agency, motivation, assistance, encouragement, endowment, ministration, sustenance.

assist (noun)

facilitation.

authorization (noun)

approval, sanction.

back (noun)

stand up for.

bastion (noun)

stronghold.

defense (noun)

defense, argument, stronghold, fortress, barrier, countermeasure, moat, harbor, resistance, rebuttal, response, vindication, armor, security, aversion, wall, protection.

evidence (noun)

demonstration, establishment, certification, observation, testimony, specimen, evidence, connotation, documentation, authentication, information, proof, indication, exemplification, fact, premises, statement, counter-evidence, substantiation, illustration, corroboration, data, deposition, attestation, declaration, validation, determination, quotation, manifestation, confirmation.

financial backing (noun)

financial support.

food (noun)

nourishment, nutriment.

girdle (noun)

corset.

help (noun)

cooperation, buddy system, contribution.

horse (noun)

trestle.

infrastructure (noun)

infrastructure.

leg (noun)

stilt.

living (noun)

sustainment, sustentation.

nourishment (noun)

alimentation.

person who helps another (noun)

angel.

pillar (noun)

column, jamb.

praise (noun)

approbation.

remedy (noun)

countermeasure.

resistance (noun)

resistance.

shaft (noun)

axis.

support/supporter (noun)

ally, fan, backer, advocate.

unity (noun)

solidarity.

abet (verb)

instigate, urge, sanction, incite.

affirm (verb)

aver, adjure, maintain, endorse, attest, ratify, set down, approve, claim, profess, assure, validate, admit, proclaim, warrant, affirm, pledge, propound, contend, corroborate, accept, assert, promise, testify, declare, certify, acknowledge, pronounce, verify, avouch, state, submit, express.

aid (verb)

abet, tend, benefit, sustain, endow, fund, assist, minister, help, hand, motivate, relieve, serve, facilitate, aid, encourage, mother, attend, foster, lift.

appeal (verb)

recourse.

assist (verb)

uphold, contribute to, favor, avail, back, succor.

consent (verb)

subscription.

endure (verb)

stomach.

evince (verb)

demonstrate, evince, connote, vouch, document, observe, exemplify, illustrate, prove, confirm, witness, substantiate, manifest, determine, indicate, establish, authenticate, betoken, depose, adduce, exhibit.

guarantee (verb)

swear for.

join (verb)

side with.

leave (verb)

permission.

order (verb)

frame, normalize, regulate, design, pigeonhole, order, group, classify, compose, sort, orchestrate, plot, collate, plan, stratify, separate, marshal, mediate, rank, integrate, array, Methodize, cast, stabilize, screen, program, devise, arrange, set, unsnarl, systematize, structure, place, harmonize, organize, categorize, grade, schedule, schematize, fix, control, type, rate, sift, shape, scheme, score, right, adjust, prepare, balance, unify, settle, chart, form, class, subordinate, rationalize.

strengthen (verb)

empower, brace, beef up, reinforce, energize, invigorate, harden, temper, toughen, enliven, fortify, vivify, strengthen.

substantiate (verb)

validate, verify, corroborate, authenticate, confirm, prove.

Usage examples for support:

  • And I know none of my people would dare support it." - "The Deluge", David Graham Phillips.
  • Intelligence needs no support from grace. - "Preaching and Paganism", Albert Parker Fitch.
  • We only support ourselves. - "Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales", Leo Tolstoy.

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