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Due to the pandemic crisis, shopping may look a little diffrent this year and online browsing is encouraged to avoid large crowds.

One good thing about the pandemic is people have been at home clearing out their stuff, so we’re seeing a lot of donations, and we’re encouraging people to come buy local.

Children older than 2 are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering when possible.

“I would encourage all of you to go home and actually read Alexander Hamilton’s Federalist 68,” Ellis said at the lectern.

I encourage my young grands to play with modeling clay and to use scissors.

States were encouraged and allowed to lower standards to make it appear they were improving.

The feminist movement has encouraged women that they can initiate romantic relationships, too.

His belief that officers really did find his fingerprints at the scene seems to have encouraged his false confession.

She says her family encouraged her to join and she, in turn, encouraged her own children.

As ever, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show crew encouraged us to find some humor alongside the horror and the shame.

Smoking is encouraged in the family and the children are early taught the custom.

She found no consolation in the fact that she had been encouraged to do as she had done by those who claimed to love her.

All are commanded, and believers are encouraged to unite in various capacities in Covenanting.

Many will be shamed into apology, who would annoy you for hours, if you encouraged them by acts of rudeness on your own part.

The seclusion in which she lived encouraged deep musings upon these vast inequalities of life.


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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to encouraged, such as: aided, animated, cheered, determined, emboldened, and enlivened.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.