supporting

All Verb Noun
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  • Life support systems must be capable of supporting human life for weeks, months or even years.
  • Many series featured women as the main characters with males as supporting characters.
  • He also claims that faith is used only in the absence of good supporting evidence.
  • However, in part they are firm and thus capable of supporting flight.
  • He found work in supporting roles, and from the beginning was cast in various war films.
  • Many times these divisions took place along family lines, with each extended family supporting their own branch.
  • Each parish was to be self-supporting, as far as possible.
  • On a more practical level, the central government took an active interest in supporting agriculture.
  • These groups were not established political parties, however, and were united in supporting Washington for president.
  • Further activities supporting development of culture are undertaken at local government level.
  • One of them is the supporting role of the Russian Government.
  • News pamphlets or books reported the war, often supporting one side or the other.
  • The help desk staff and supporting IT staff may not all work from the same location.
  • Each local congregation is independent and self-supporting, governed by its own members.
  • Supporting the vagina are its upper third, middle third and lower third.
  • He had for years been in the camp of those supporting the Conservative counter-revolution.
  • Smith also fell to pressure in supporting some tariffs in support for national defence.
  • Various differences between file systems make supporting all file systems difficult.
  • Guns are used either for this or general supporting fire while rockets are mostly used for the latter.
  • The relationship with heart problems is inconclusive with a single study supporting an association.
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Root form of supporting is support for the verb.

Words starting with supporting

Meaning of supporting

  • noun The act of bearing the weight of or strengthening
    he leaned against the wall for support
  • 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