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encourage

ENCOUR'AGE, v.t. enkur'rage. To give courage to; to give or increase confidence of success; to inspire with courage, spirit, or strength of mind; to embolden; to animate; to incite; to inspirit.

But charge Joshua, and encourage him. Deut. 3.

encouraged

ENCOUR'AGED, pp. Emboldened; inspirited; animated; incited.


encouragement

ENCOUR'AGEMENT, n. The act of giving courage, or confidence of success; incitement to action or to practice; incentive. We ought never to neglect the encouragement of youth in generous deeds. The praise of good men serves as an encouragement of virtue and heroism.

1. That which serves to incite, support, promote or advance, as favor, countenance, rewards, profit. A young man attempted the practice of law, but found little encouragement. The fine arts find little encouragement among a rude people.

encourager

ENCOUR'AGER, n. One who encourages,incites or stimulates to action; one who supplies incitements, either by counsel, reward or means of execution.

The pope is a master of polite learning and a great encourager of arts.

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latter

LAT'TER, a. [an irregular comparative of late.]

1. Coming or happening after something else; opposed to former; as the former and latter rain; former or latter harvest.

2. Mentioned the last of two.

The difference between reason and revelation - and in what sense the latter is superior.

3. Modern; lately done or past; as in these latter ages.

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despatch

DESPATCH, [See Dispatch.]

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