Embolden [verb]

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The well-documented marginalization of India’s Muslim community and its deep enmity with Pakistan have further emboldened the Islamic republic’s military hard-liners.

An idea designed to embolden Democrats ended up flummoxing them, which played out again last night.

At the same time, Turkey’s full-blooded support of Azerbaijan in the conflict has emboldened its capital, Baku, analysts say, and chipped away at Moscow’s influence over the Azeri leadership.

The rush of stimulus spending by developed world governments has emboldened development economists to call for a reconsideration of public sector financing.

The sense that money and technology can overcome nature has emboldened Americans.

And I have given this tedious detail to urge and embolden others to remonstrate against it.

It will embolden them to renewed opposition to the will of the loyal masses, believing that they have the Executive with them.

Time and reason will rectify the first; but time, and even reason, will but harden and embolden the latter.

Madam Dupin, amiable as she was, was serious and unanimated; I found nothing in her manners sufficiently alluring to embolden me.

They embolden to further abuse, and they weaken both the power and the effect of disavowal.