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encourager

See definition of encourager on Dictionary.com
  • as inpatron
  • as infather/mother

synonyms for encourager

  • advocate
  • backer
  • benefactor
  • fan
  • friend
  • leader
  • philanthropist
  • sponsor
  • supporter
  • well-wisher
  • angel
  • booster
  • champion
  • defender
  • front
  • guarantor
  • guardian
  • guide
  • head
  • helper
  • partisan
  • protector
  • surety
  • sympathizer
  • fairy godparent
  • financer
  • patron saint
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antonyms for encourager

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  • antagonist
  • enemy
  • opponent
  • opposer
  • rear
  • detractor
  • employee
  • manager
  • opposition
  • owner
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    How to use encourager in a sentence

    When he traveled to Fort Bragg and USS Gerald Ford this week, he encouraged people to take off their masks, according to Wall Street Journal reporter Nancy Youssef.
    THE ACTING PENTAGON CHIEF WAS EXPOSED TO THE CORONAVIRUS. HE’S NOT QUARANTINING.ALEX WARDNOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
    All the participants were encouraged to practice social distancing.
    THAT NEW STUDY SAYING MASKS MIGHT NOT BE EFFECTIVE? IT HAS A FEW CAVEATS.KATE BAGGALEYNOVEMBER 20, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    “We encourage investors to consider homeowners’ strengthened emotional attachment to their properties,” wrote Jefferies analyst Jonathan Matuszewski.
    HOW LOWE’S AND HOME DEPOT PLAN TO KEEP GROWING EVEN AFTER THE COVID HOME IMPROVEMENT BOOMPHIL WAHBANOVEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
    University officials are encouraging students who are taking in-person classes or conducting research on campus to not travel for the holiday.
    MORNING REPORT: COUNTY DIGS IN TO KEEP COVID DATA PRIVATEVOICE OF SAN DIEGONOVEMBER 19, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
    In a way, the use of this surveillance technology is becoming a sort of global arms race between the public and authority figures, both hoping to peel back the cover of anonymity to encourage good behavior.
    CITIZENS ARE TURNING FACE RECOGNITION ON UNIDENTIFIED POLICETATE RYAN-MOSLEYNOVEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
    Furthermore, some redistricting processes still controlled by one party — think Ohio’s or Utah’s — have new rules in place designed to encourage more neutral maps.
    REPUBLICANS WON ALMOST EVERY ELECTION WHERE REDISTRICTING WAS AT STAKENATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 18, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
    Yes, GROW is a conference meant to encourage undergraduate women to consider graduate school in the mathematical sciences.
    SEARCHING SYMBOLS FOR THE RULES OF CHANGERACHEL CROWELLNOVEMBER 17, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
    Her parents, who supported their family by working at a local restaurant, encouraged her to join Dubrule’s unit.
    TO HONOR VETERANS AND MAKE THE COUNTRY STRONGER, EXPAND THE JROTCMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
    Businesses like Zappos, Huawei and Dell have all encouraged their employees to post positive messages about their jobs, mostly across Instagram and Twitter.
    RETAILERS ARE PUSHING THEIR EMPLOYEES TO BECOME TIKTOK INFLUENCERSJIM COOPERNOVEMBER 11, 2020DIGIDAY
    Subsequently, I encouraged many of my friends to attend and participate.
    FROM MENTORSHIP TO FRIENDSHIP TO LOVE: WHAT I LEARNED FROM THREE INVESTING GIANTSMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
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    WORDS RELATED TO ENCOURAGER

    • administrator
    • architect
    • author
    • builder
    • creator
    • dean
    • elder
    • encourager
    • generator
    • initiator
    • introducer
    • leader
    • maker
    • matriarch
    • motor
    • mover
    • organizer
    • originator
    • patriarch
    • patron
    • prime mover
    • promoter
    • promulgator
    • publisher
    • sire
    • sponsor
    • supporter
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