How to use Bolstered in a sentence
His words stung but bolstered her decision.
The reminder of what he was made her angry and bolstered her resistance.
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Another up tempo tune, bolstered by a thumping back beat and simple yet contagious melody.
Charles Russell was significantly bolstered by the arrival of the entire private client department from Stephenson Harwood in 2004.Advertisement
The film looks beautiful with striking cinematography bolstered by some excellent choices of locations.
Actual brass clockwork models of the solar system, orreries, bolstered this world view.
The Durham also has a polyurethane midsole to suit heavier runners, which is bolstered with rear- and forefoot Air cushioning units.
Superb contemporary cuisine places the emphasis on succulent seafood, bolstered by wine selections from arguably the finest cellar in Fiji.
These refugees bolstered the already substantial Rumanian population of the area.Advertisement
Which brings us to Suicide Dream, whose powerful heavy rock has a natural gravity bolstered by pummeled riffs and brooding presence.
This prime role is bolstered by the televising of Parliamentary proceedings which began in November 1989.
Fossil fuel usage and greenhouse gas emissions represent two areas of major concern with conventional plastic bags, which bolstered efforts to ban their use in stores.
The company was eventually acquired by fashion entrepreneur Mark Ecko, who bolstered the label's cachet by signing actor Ashton Kutcher as the face of Zoo York in 2004.
Business was bolstered in 2005 when nearby Six Flags Astroworld in Houston, Texas, closed down.Advertisement
The dark purple wine had a black jammy fruit nose with floral and earthy tones bolstered with some funky oak whiffs.
The palate is resilient with cherry and blueberry flavors, bolstered with smoke, herbs, and notes of vanilla.
The older child's self-esteem can be bolstered by involving him in the care of the newborn in modest ways, such as helping out when the baby is being diapered or dressed or helping push the stroller.
Following the popularity of his first book and bolstered by his ongoing research, Dr. Atkins released his second book, Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution, in 1992.
During this same period, Midler's music ties were further bolstered when she starred in the very first adaptation of The Who's Tommy on Broadway.Advertisement
Sales were bolstered even further when the band appeared in their own Disney Channel movie called Camp Rock.
Bolstered by this initial success, in 1982, the Shropshires decide to relaunch their label under a new name - Oink Records - and re-record the track for wider release.
Bolstered by the notion of a rock opera, The Who rose to a new level of international stardom and critical acclaim.
Bolstered by the lead single Closer to Fine - a duet with Ireland's Hothouse Flowers - the album peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Charts and received heavy radio and MTV play.
It floundered at first, but was bolstered when the song Let It Go was featured on the popular Set It Off soundtrack.Advertisement
Bolstered by Subway's financial incentive, she dropped another 52 pounds at home before the Season Nine finale.
Bolstered by the addition of antioxidants and botanicals, they provide protection from the elements and keep the skin looking youthful and feeling fresh.
Research conducted during quiet nights such as this only bolstered her opinion that the only organization that might have the capabilities still couldn't have done this.
When the Riksdag met in 1760, the indignation against the Hat leaders was so violent that an impeachment seemed inevitable; but once more the superiority of their parliamentary tactics prevailed, and when, after a session of twenty months, the Riksdag was brought to a close by the mutual consent of both the exhausted factions, the Hat government was bolstered up for another four years.
Hence much pure invention, bolstered up by forgery of charters, falsification of genuine ones, and construction of imaginary pedigrees.Advertisement