[ US /səˈpɔɹtɝ/ ]
[ UK /səpˈɔːtɐ/ ]
[ UK /səpˈɔːtɐ/ ]
- a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise
a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
they hired additional help to finish the work
my invaluable assistant
a person who backs a politician or a team etc.
they are friends of the library
all their supporters came out for the game
- someone who supports or champions something
- a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve)
How To Use supporter In A Sentence
- The turning supporter facilitates the closing of the cargo container and simultaneously provides the reinforcement to the cargo container.
- Direct Mail One of the most effective ways to recruit and encourage members and supporters is by direct mail.
- Indeed, the chants of ‘York, York, York’ which greeted the final hooter summed up what the supporters thought of their performance and, in particular, their fightback.
- And then, in the pouring rain, a half-dozen supporters stood around waiting for the media to show up.
- Behind the scenes: Emerald City Supporters big opening night tifo banner Examiner California Headlines
- He was not at the count as he was unable to take a day off work but delighted supporters phoned to let him know the result.
- He was a strong supporter of the doctrine of papal infallibility and he drew up a postulatum in which he favoured a definition by implication in preference to an explicit affirmation of the dogma. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
- She's a self-professed supporter of prison reform.
- Baxter is a gung-ho supporter of Senator Thompson.
- Pat Buchanan has built a strong coalition of supporters.