encouraging : Definition, Usages, News and More

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en ku ri jing

  • v  contribute to the progress or growth of
  • v  inspire with confidence; give hope or courage to
  • v  spur on
  • a  giving courage or confidence or hope
    encouraging advances in medical research
  • s  furnishing support and encouragement

  • This result is tantalizingly encouraging.
  • So far, the results for SPOT have been encouraging.
  • In a rare three-and-one-half hour meeting with foreign scholars and journalists, including PTI, Putin Monday claimed that "some circles" in the West were encouraging separatist .
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  • Daniel Day-Lewis in Guardian Unlimited
    We should leave him alone and we should leave his family alone to suffer their unimaginable grief in private, and it's not going to happen,Day-Lewis said backstage. "We should just stop encouraging people to have greater and greater...
  • President Bush in Canada.com
    Evidently the winds are more favourable today, which should be encouraging to the firefighters,Bush said.
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Daily Mail
    Mrs Clinton said it was "absolutely wrong" to release Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, adding: "We are still encouraging the Scottish authorities not to do so and we hope that they will not."

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