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  • Through such work, he supported himself after the death of his father.
  • The initial version supported a single process at a time.
  • Some were operated by the artillery branch but under command of the supported unit.
  • He has increasingly supported the development of local artists, arts education, and the arts scene.
  • It has three main staff members, supported by a "small" team.
  • Two major industries supported the main growth of the community, first iron, then coal.
  • For example, Canada had its own version that supported French characters.
  • There is no evidence that the island has ever supported a self-sustaining human population.
  • He also supported reading each gospel in light of the others.
  • The president and vice president are supported by an appointed cabinet.
  • Louis generously supported the royal court of France and those who worked under him.
  • Lincoln was supported by Congress and the northern public for these actions.
  • He also supported the work of the Red Cross.
  • Some studies have supported a clade of these two families, others have not.
  • If records are also not supported, parallel arrays can often be used instead.
  • Rather, they appeared to usually see each other as friends and colleagues and supported each other's work.
  • He was elected to the second and third congresses as well, where he generally supported the administration.
  • British sports continue to be enthusiastically supported in various parts of the former Empire.
  • They were supported by American air and naval units.
  • These improvements are supported by a large pool of English-speaking professional workers.
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Root form of supported is support for the verb.

Meaning of supported

  • verb Give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to
    She supported him during the illness, Her children always backed her up
  • verb Support materially or financially
    he does not support his natural children, The scholarship supported me when I was in college
  • verb Play a subordinate role to (another performer)
    Olivier supported Gielgud beautifully in the second act
  • adjective Sustained or maintained by aid (as distinct from physical support)
    a club entirely supported by membership dues, well-supported allegations
  • adjective Held up or having the weight borne especially from below
    supported joints in a railroad track have ties directly under the rail ends