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  • as inprop
  • as intonic
  • as inbrace

synonyms for strengthener

  • aid
  • assistance
  • brace
  • buttress
  • column
  • mainstay
  • post
  • shore
  • stanchion
  • stay
  • strut
  • truss
  • underpinning
  • cordial
  • pick-me-up
  • drug
  • restorative
  • pickup
  • fillip
  • boost
  • stimulant
  • bracer
  • roborant
  • refresher
  • invigorator
  • conditioner
  • analeptic
  • livener
  • shot in the arm
  • clamp
  • splint
  • bracer
  • bearing
  • buttress
  • skid
  • truss
  • arm
  • staff
  • bolster
  • stanchion
  • rib
  • stave
  • prop
  • boom
  • peg
  • mainstay
  • grip
  • girder
  • rafter
  • stay
  • band
  • splice
  • strut
  • bar
  • vice
  • reinforcement
  • underpinning
  • shore
  • bracket
  • lever
  • guy
  • block
  • sustainer
  • stirrup
  • cantilever
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antonyms for strengthener

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  • hindrance
  • injury
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    How to use strengthener in a sentence

    Helping employees get out to vote not only honors their constitutional rights, it strengthens our communities and even our industries.
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    It also strengthened opposition to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
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    It’s as deadly as the epidemic and we need to strengthen this science.
    THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION IS LEANING ON BIG TECH TO NAVIGATE THE COVID-19 PANDEMICNICOLE GOODKINDOCTOBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
    Bender added that news does not add materially to its bottom line, but its role is in educating and informing people, as well strengthening democracy.
    ‘QUITE CYNICAL’: PUBLISHERS LEERY ABOUT GOOGLE’S $1 BILLION NEWS LICENSING POTLUCINDA SOUTHERNOCTOBER 1, 2020DIGIDAY
    Our team at Development is committed to ensuring taxpayers get a good return on their investments, supporting Ohio businesses and strengthening communities across the state.
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    The electrical activity from the hippocampus washes across the cortex, strengthening what you just learned.
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    Over the past four years we have rolled out a number of new in-app features, strengthening our systems and processes and partnering with safety organisations on important campaigns.
    UBER SHARES SOAR AS LONDON COURT GIVES LICENSE GO-AHEADDAVID MEYERSEPTEMBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
    This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.
    ON CLIMATE CHANGE, OIL AND GAS COMPANIES HAVE A LONG WAY TO GODAVID ROBERTSSEPTEMBER 25, 2020VOX
    A woman whose career and family are equally important, each strengthening the other.
    RUTH BADER GINSBURG’S PASSING FEELS LIKE MILLIONS OF WOMEN HAVE LOST THEIR BUBBIEJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
    It has a lot of potential for strengthening the existing business models, but also to open for new revenue sources.
    ‘GIVES US MORE CONTROL’: TO GROW REVENUE, SCHIBSTED BUILT ITS OWN PODCAST PLATFORMLUCINDA SOUTHERNSEPTEMBER 22, 2020DIGIDAY
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    WORDS RELATED TO STRENGTHENER

    • arm
    • band
    • bar
    • bearing
    • block
    • bolster
    • boom
    • bracer
    • bracket
    • buttress
    • cantilever
    • clamp
    • girder
    • grip
    • guy
    • lever
    • mainstay
    • peg
    • prop
    • rafter
    • reinforcement
    • rib
    • shore
    • skid
    • splice
    • splint
    • staff
    • stanchion
    • stave
    • stay
    • stirrup
    • strengthener
    • strut
    • sustainer
    • truss
    • underpinning
    • vice
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