Encourager [noun]

Definition of Encourager:

person who supports a cause

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Sentence/Example of Encourager:

When he traveled to Fort Bragg and USS Gerald Ford this week, he encouraged people to take off their masks, according to Wall Street Journal reporter Nancy Youssef.

All the participants were encouraged to practice social distancing.

“We encourage investors to consider homeowners’ strengthened emotional attachment to their properties,” wrote Jefferies analyst Jonathan Matuszewski.

University officials are encouraging students who are taking in-person classes or conducting research on campus to not travel for the holiday.

In a way, the use of this surveillance technology is becoming a sort of global arms race between the public and authority figures, both hoping to peel back the cover of anonymity to encourage good behavior.

Furthermore, some redistricting processes still controlled by one party — think Ohio’s or Utah’s — have new rules in place designed to encourage more neutral maps.

Yes, GROW is a conference meant to encourage undergraduate women to consider graduate school in the mathematical sciences.

Her parents, who supported their family by working at a local restaurant, encouraged her to join Dubrule’s unit.

Businesses like Zappos, Huawei and Dell have all encouraged their employees to post positive messages about their jobs, mostly across Instagram and Twitter.

Subsequently, I encouraged many of my friends to attend and participate.