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supplier a person or organization that supplies items or services to others, usually by selling them.
supply1 to provide (what is wanted or required). [9 definitions]
supply2 in a supple manner.
supply chain the entire sequence of steps that are involved in manufacturing goods and bringing them to the consumer.
supply-side of or designating an economic theory that lowering taxes increases productivity by causing an increase in investment.
support to bear (a weight or load). [10 definitions]
supportable capable of being tolerated or supported; endurable.
supporter one who agrees with or adheres to a cause, idea, person, or group, esp. one who gives active support. [3 definitions]
supporting in theater and film, designating a performer or role less important than the lead or leads.
supportive providing support, assistance, or encouragement.
suppose to assume (something) as true for the sake of argument or illustration. [4 definitions]
supposed assumed to be true, without factual certainty. [5 definitions]
supposedly according to what people say or suppose; allegedly.
supposition something that is supposed; assumption; hypothesis. [2 definitions]
supposititious inserted or substituted with deceitful intent; fraudulent; spurious. [2 definitions]
suppositive marked by, involving, or having the quality of supposition. [3 definitions]
suppository a solid piece of medicine that is inserted into the rectum or vagina, where it melts.
suppress to stop the activities or progress of, esp. by force. [4 definitions]
suppressant a drug designed to prevent undesirable symptoms or conditions.
suppression the act of suppressing or the state or being suppressed. [2 definitions]
suppurate to produce or release pus; fester.