Synonyms for prop
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROP
Where was the beautiful friendship that had been the comfort, the prop of her bereaved life?
Get on the prop and we'll see if the old puddle jumper will take off.
Never heard that folks that set fire to other people's prop'ty got there, did you?
Wharever does Dave come in to get insultin' action at sech a prop'sition?
Stan hoiked her tail with a blast of prop pressure and hopped her off.
That was the prop to his fame—that he had broken Jim Wilder's outlaw.
You'll work another period, sewer rat, if I have to prop you up!
I needed her indomitable frailness to prop my grosser strength.
If a slump of any kind comes, he will be without a prop to lean on.
"Yes, ma'am," says Babbitt, tryin' to prop up his wilted collar.
"support," mid-15c., from Middle Dutch proppe "vine prop, support," of unknown origin. Probably related to Old High German pfropfo, German pfropfen "to prop," perhaps from Latin propago "a set, layer of a plant" (see propagation). Irish propa, Gaelic prop are from English.