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Emphasize SupportPlay
Use 'bolster' to highlight making something stronger, especially in arguments or proposals. SlideThe new data will bolster our case for more funding.
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Abstract ConceptsPlay
'Bolster' can apply to intangible things like confidence, morale, or reputation. SlideHer reassuring words bolstered his confidence before the interview.
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Positive ConnotationPlay
Using 'bolster' suggests improvement or positive support, often in challenging situations. SlideThe community project was bolstered by the volunteers' efforts.