supportive

[ suh-pawr-tiv, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF supportive
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Floris and the other closely knit agricultural villages of Fairfax County were exceptionally unified and supportive.

Some may be conducting fibrils, but it is hard to distinguish these from supportive.

It is tough on criminals and supportive of police, and it has been languishing in these hallowed halls for years now.

This may in part be due to the nature of the insulating and supportive apparatus.

The supportive appliance is kept in position for ten days or two weeks.

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