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moral support

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoral supportmoral supportHELPencouragement that you give by expressing approval or interest, rather than by giving practical help Dad came along to give me some moral support. moral
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moral supportSteve went with her to provide moral support.I don't believe Wellington stayed to give De Gaulle moral support.Louise came up for the funeral and stayed on for three weeks to give moral support.Voice over Finally, Dawn came here, where she's been given practical and moral support.With his moral support a group of nobles and clergy from both sides tried to work out peace terms.When a baby is newborn, friends, family, and even strangers deluge us with moral support and advice.Mahdi denies that his movement wants weapons or financing from Washington, saying moral support and diplomatic pressure are enough.I want you there not just for moral support but to have a witness present.Last year they gave heavy financial and moral support to Democrats.
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