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abet to incite, encourage, or aid, esp. in wrongdoing.
bolster to encourage or lend support to. [1/4 definitions]
breed to cause or encourage to reproduce. [1/9 definitions]
bring around to encourage (one) to accept a certain line of thought; convince. [1/2 definitions]
carrot any lure used to encourage the behavior one desires. [1/3 definitions]
cheer a cry of encouragement, approval, or appreciation, as by spectators to encourage their favorite team or players. [1/9 definitions]
cheerlead to encourage fans of a sports team to cheer during a sports event, usually by calling out special types of yells and chants that fans can join in with.
cultivate to encourage the growth and flourishing of. [1/5 definitions]
draw out to encourage to confide. [1/2 definitions]
egg2 to incite or encourage to act (usu. fol. by "on").
embolden to make bold; encourage.
foment to encourage the development of; instigate or foster. [1/2 definitions]
fortify to encourage or strengthen mentally or morally. [1/5 definitions]
foster to encourage and aid the growth or development of. [1/4 definitions]
hasten to cause or encourage to act or move quickly. [1/3 definitions]
hearten to make hopeful, confident, or glad; give heart to; encourage.
hurrah to greet or encourage with cheers, as of "hurrah". [1/4 definitions]
invite to welcome or encourage. [1/5 definitions]
koan in Zen Buddhism, a nonsense question or paradox used as an aid to meditation in order to encourage a greater awareness of reality.
nourish to encourage the growth or development of; strengthen; promote. [1/3 definitions]
nurture to encourage the growth and development of. [1/4 definitions]