How to type LLC correctly thesaurus support [Explained]

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How to type LLC correctly thesaurus support

What is another word for providing support?

Some common synonyms of support are advocate, back, champion, and uphold.

What is it called when you support someone's business?

A patron supports someone or something. A patron of a business supports the business by being a loyal customer.

Is this a correct synonym?

Frequently Asked Questions About correct Some common synonyms of correct are accurate, exact, nice, precise, and right. While all these words mean "conforming to fact, standard, or truth," correct usually implies freedom from fault or error.

What do you call someone who represents a company?

ambassador. noun. someone who is considered to represent an activity, organization, company etc.

How do you show support in words?

  1. Hang in there.
  2. Don't give up.
  3. Keep pushing.
  4. Keep fighting!
  5. Stay strong.
  6. Never give up.
  7. Never say 'die'.
  8. Come on! You can do it!.

How do you express support in words?

  1. Hang in there! / Stay at it / Don't give up!
  2. You're off to a great start!
  3. You're great at this!
  4. Keep at it! /Keep pushing! / Keep fighting!
  5. Stay strong! Don't stop till you get there!
  6. Go on / come on! You can do it! Give it a try!
  7. Go on. It's worth a shot!
  8. Go for it! Just do it!

What do you say to support a small business?

  • A small business is an amazing way to serve and leave an impact on the world you live in. –
  • A big business starts small. –
  • When you support a small business, you support a dream. –

What's another word for owner of a business?

Proprietor. Proprietor is another term for owner/operator that was popular in decades past. So it conveys the same message but can be especially popular with Main Street businesses and small town service providers.

How do I tell someone to support my business?

  1. Don't overshoot the mark.
  2. Do your research, and personalize your request.
  3. Offer something in return.
  4. Make it easy for people to help you.
  5. Be clear about what you want, and don't hide behind the word "partnership."

What is the correct word?

accurate, appropriate, equitable, exact, factual, legitimate, perfect, precise, proper, strict, true, acceptable, careful, alter, amend, cure, improve, mend, rectify, redress.

How do you say everything is correct in an email?

  1. Yes, that's right.
  2. You're quite right.
  3. Yes, that's correct.
  4. That's spot on.
  5. You're dead right (there).
  6. Absolutely.
  7. You've hit the nail on the head.
  8. You could say so.

What is the business owned by a single person called?

A sole proprietorship—also referred to as a sole trader or a proprietorship—is an unincorporated business that has just one owner who pays personal income tax on profits earned from the business.

What do you call someone who is always in your business?

Definitions of quidnunc. a person who meddles in the affairs of others. synonyms: busybody, nosey-parker, nosy-parker.

What is another word for business or company?

Some common synonyms of business are calling, employment, métier, occupation, pursuit, and work.

How do you say keeping support?

keep supporting is the better way to say it. Instead of keep support you could say keep up the support.

What's another word for help or assist?

Assist Synonyms Related to Emotional or Personal Support Comfort. Care for. Encourage. Support.

How do you say good support?

  1. strong support.
  2. great deal of support. n.
  3. broad support. n.
  4. much support. n.
  5. considerable support. n.
  6. very supportive.
  7. lot of support. n.
  8. wide support. n.

What does it mean to offer support?

If you give support to someone during a difficult or unhappy time, you are kind to them and help them.

What is the meaning of full support?

Full support means the maximum daily rate of support times the billable days of care received in any month less any offsets.

How do you describe a support person?

If you are supportive, you are kind and helpful to someone at a difficult or unhappy time in their life. They were always supportive of each other. Synonyms: helpful, caring, encouraging, understanding More Synonyms of supportive.

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Comment by Kirstie Crumbley

famously navikev said or infamously perhaps that's now synonym for that too said there is only one school of writing that of talent and it's axiomatic that you can't teach talent course econ but what you can do is instill certain principles and the avoidance of ugly repetition is very important repetition has its uses and anything is better than trying to avoid repetition through what they call elegant variation this is an example from a biography of Lincoln while in Chicago he appeared to back concessions to the south in in New York he scene seemed to support you know when deeds there's no point in using a different word when there's no change in meaning and it that's just something that the writer was taught when they were 12 never to use a word twice in a sentence and they've become terrorized by that and then addicted to a new ingenuity where you you avoid it but I'm talking more about sounds and rhythms the navicomp novel we know of as invitation to a beheading was originally called not for very long invitation to an execution now as navikev said of course I avoided the repetition of the suffix so chose to call it invitation to a beheading rather invitation to an execution which is sort of rhythmically ugly you've got to think about the bits of the word as well as the word in its totality avoiding repetition of prefixes and suffixes as well as Rhymes and half rhymes unintentional alliteration it century can be achieved by anyone simply by using a dictionary and a thesaurus people think thesaurus is there so you can look up a fancy word for big or a fancy word for long that's not what a thesaurus is for in my view the sources you come to a point in a sentence and it's usually towards the end of a sentence where you're unhappy with the word you've chosen not because of its meaning but because of its rhythm and you may want a mono syllable for this concept or you may want to try syllable so you look in the supersaurus you find a simile that has the right number you know for the whole whole sentence to maintain its rhythmical integrity and you just do that by by going to your thesaurus and also going to your dictionary do not use words against their derivation for example dilapidate it's fine to talk about a dilapidated building but not fine to talk about a dilapidated hedge because dilapidate comes from lapis which means stone so you know really careful writer will make sure that they're not doing and not visiting and indecorum on the on the words derivation it's very labor-intensive and it takes a long time to sometimes to get your sentence right rhythmically and and to clear the main words in it from misuse but and all your winning is the respect of other serious writers but I think that's any amount of effort is worth it for that and it's easy enough to find alternatives without committing the dreadful sin of elegant variation and it just involves you in looking at reference books for a couple of minutes and I look in the dictionary I check words in the dictionary a dozen times a day at least and you find out very strange and interesting things and for instance that Widow originally meant just empty it's an adjective meaning it empty now that that's part of your when you'd look up a word in the dictionary you own it in a way you didn't before you know what it comes from and you know its exact meaning and whenever I do that when I do it all the time it's as if you feel a gray cell being born in your head little addition to your store of knowledge and while all your the other cells are dying in a kind of genocide of the aging process you can restore it and that's what it feels like and it's it it fortifies you

Thanks for your comment Kirstie Crumbley, have a nice day.
- Estefana Wilcock, Staff Member

Comment by Maximo

get your free copy of the complete tutorial at WOWT you calm calm for it slash free word comes with a built-in thesaurus that will allow you to look for synonyms for words to use this function you have a couple of different options the first and easiest way is to simply right-click the word you would like to look up from the pop-up menu that appears you can hover over the synonyms command to see a short list of available options if you see the word that you would like to use click it to replace it with the word that you've selected your other options to first select the word to search for after selecting the word you can then click the review tab in the ribbon and then click the thesaurus button that appears in the proofing button group this will open the thesaurus pane alternatively you can simply click the thesaurus button that appears in the proofing button group and then enter the word to search for into the search box that appears at the top of the thesaurus pane you will then need to click the magnifying glass icon to the right or press the Enter key on your keyboard to search for that word in the Phasis within the thesaurus pane you will see a list of available replacement words in a box you can scroll through the box to view the whole list of options available to use a word in the list you can simply right click on the word and choose the insert command to replace the selected word in your document you can choose the copy function in this popup menu to add the synonym to the clipboard for later use if you are logged into your Microsoft account you can hear how the word is pronounced and see a definition of the word at the bottom of the pane to hear how the word is pronounced simply click the speaker icon next to the proofing options if you are not logged in you can click the sign in using your Microsoft account link to open a login page as with all panes in word you can move resize or close this pane by using the commands in the test pane options drop-down in the upper-right corner of the pane like what you see pick up your free copy of the complete tutorial at

Thanks Maximo your participation is very much appreciated
- Estefana Wilcock

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