Bolster in a sentence

Use Bolster in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] to support, to help;

The fence is bolstered by almost 120 concrete barriers.

That possibility is bolstered by the history of the business premise.

Kim Jong Un’s purges are seen as efforts to bolster his grip on power.

The guards have been bolstered by new equipment, including sniper rifles.

A discovery in the Chukchi could bolster reserves through the next decade.

Like Israel, Saudi Arabia fears the deal will bolster Iran’s allies.

Trump even used Carson’s numbers to bolster his anti-establishment argument.

Russia launched an air campaign to bolster Mr Assad’s government in September.

Late Tuesday night, those suspicions were bolstered by Chris Mortensen of ESPN.

China has built artificial islands in the area to bolster its sovereignty claim.