supporter, protagonist, champion, admirer, booster, friendnoun
a person who backs a politician or a team etc.
"all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"
patron, sponsor, supporternoun
someone who supports or champions something
assistant, helper, help, supporternoun
a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
"my invaluable assistant"; "they hired additional help to finish the work"
a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve)
athletic supporter, supporter, suspensor, jockstrap, jocknoun
a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise
Something that supports a structure such as a building.
A person who supports, promotes, advocates or champions a cause or movement; an adherent.
An animal or figure that supports a shield in a coat of arms.
A garter worn around the leg to support a sock or stocking
Someone who is a fan of a certain team or sportsperson.
Someone who attends a sports match.
There were 10,000 supporters in the last match.
one who, or that which, supports; as, oxygen is a supporter of life
especially, an adherent; one who sustains, advocates, and defends; as, the supporter of a party, faction, or candidate
a knee placed under the cathead
a figure, sometimes of a man, but commonly of some animal, placed on either side of an escutcheon, and exterior to it. Usually, both supporters of an escutcheon are similar figures
a broad band or truss for supporting the abdomen or some other part or organ
In heraldry, supporters are figures usually placed on either side of the shield and depicted holding it up. These figures may be real or imaginary animals, human figures, and in rare cases plants or inanimate objects. Often these can have local significance, such as the fisherman and the tin miner granted to Cornwall County Council, or a historical link, such as the lion of England and unicorn of Scotland in the two variations of the Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom. The arms of nutritionist John Boyd-Orr use two garbs as supporters; the arms of the USS Donald Cook, missiles; the arms of the state of Rio Grande do Norte in Brazil, trees. Letters of the alphabet are used as supporters in the arms of Valencia, Spain. Human supporters can also be allegorical figures, or, more rarely, specifically named individuals. There is usually one supporter on each side of the shield, though there are some examples of single supporters placed behind the shield, and the arms of the Congo provide an extremely unusual example of supporters issuing from behind the shield. While such single supporters are generally eagles with one or two heads, there are other examples, including the cathedra in the case of some Canadian cathedrals. At the other extreme and even rarer, the Scottish chief Dundas of that Ilk had three supporters: two conventional red lions and the whole supported by a salamander. The coat of arms of Iceland even has four supporters.
A person who provides support.
Football supporters are very well behavedSubmitted by MaryC on March 8, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'supporter' in Nouns Frequency: #1034
The numerical value of supporter in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of supporter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
For nearly two decades, Haim Saban has been a good friend, a loyal supporter, and trusted advisor to Hillary Clinton and me.
He is a Donald Trump supporter and, yeah, i totally disagree with him and every time he comes up with an argument he fails to support his claims.
I ’m a big supporter of our military and police, and [ theprotesters ] have no right to be obstructing people like they are.
Mr. Schaeuble is the main supporter of failed policies in Greece and in Europe, his obsession and insistence on the same policy and style are incongruous with the course toward a united and democratic Europe.
He died while The Apology Line was still running, and it always bothered that he wasn’t able to complete it in the way he wanted to. So I felt it was my duty as his wife and being a supporter of the line to always make sure it didn’t disappear into the dustbin of history, so to speak. And that it would be brought to the public again, in some way, shape or form.
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- مؤيد، مشجع، داعمArabic
- Unterstützer, AnhängerGerman
- partisan, supporteuse, supporter, supporteurFrench
- aderente, supporto, promotore, fautoreItalian
- partizan, suporterRomanian
- побо́рник, приве́рженка, щитоно́с, сторо́нник, побо́рница, приве́рженец, сторо́нницаRussian
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