Bolster in a Sentence

Definition of Bolster

to make something stronger or bolder

Use Bolster in a sentence

Free tickets were given away to bolster attendance at the game.

If I want to feel better about myself, I need to bolster my self-esteem.

You should be hesitant to drink any beverage which claims to bolster your energy level.

In order to bolster its profits, the computer company is cutting its workforce.

John’s recent lottery win is sure to bolster his appeal to women.

Before the nervous comic went on stage, he drank a beer to bolster his confidence.

The defense attorney hoped to bolster his case by providing his client with a solid alibi.

Raising your voice is not a good way to bolster your position during an argument.

Did you fake an illness to bolster sympathy from your ex-boyfriend?

If Danielle gets a good grade on her math test, it will really bolster her self-confidence.

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Bolster synonyms

support, strengthen, boost, hold up, maintain, sustain

Bolster antonyms

undermine, weaken, hinder