underpinned

[ uhn-der-pin ]SEE DEFINITION OF underpinned
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Religious laws made for their own government, which underpinned their social life, were rarely meddled with.

During the latter part of the time its aisle walls were underpinned.

The foundation of the south side of the Choir and the south-eastern Transept have been underpinned and thoroughly repaired.