What is another word for promotes?

427 synonyms found


[ pɹəmˈə͡ʊts], [ pɹəmˈə‍ʊts], [ p_ɹ_ə_m_ˈəʊ_t_s]

The word "promotes" means to encourage, advance, or boost something. There are several synonyms to promote, including advocate, support, endorse, publicize, encourage, stimulate, foster, and further. When we promote something, we aim to increase its visibility or popularity, raise awareness, or help others understand its value. To advocate for something means to champion a cause or perspective, while supporting something means to stand by it or offer assistance. Endorsing something or someone means to give approval or support, while publicizing something means to disseminate information or publicize it. Whatever the synonym used for promoting, the aim is to help people understand the value or significance of something.

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What are the opposite words for promotes?

Promotes refers to the act of supporting, advocating or encouraging something or someone. In contrast, antonyms for the word promote includes words like undermine, thwart, restrict, hinder, and obstruct. When you undermine something, you work against it or try to weaken its effectiveness. Thwart means to prevent or block something from happening. Restrict denotes limiting or putting a constraint on something. Hinder means to hold back or impede progress or development. Obstruct means to obstruct the free flow or movement of something. These antonyms for promotes are opposite in meaning to the word promotes and suggest negative or counterproductive actions.

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Usage examples for Promotes

If this be removed, it is immaterial whether bodily death remain or not; or rather, bodily death is used to help out our complete deliverance, as a symptom of the disease sometimes promotes the cure.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
As a method of temporary policy it promotes associations of labourers for the purpose of undertaking Government and municipal contracts.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
In short, thinking is an instrument which subserves man's natural laziness, and its test is the efficiency with which it promotes an easy, or, at any rate, a satisfactory mode of existence.
"John Dewey's logical theory"
Delton Thomas Howard

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