English words and Examples of Usage

use "encourage" in a sentence

I encourage women to get involved in politics,"" she said."

His doctors want to encourage as much natural healing as possible.

Her most memorable quote is, "Encourage the Youth to have Courage".

And ultimately, he hopes that will encourage shoppers to spend more.

The lobbying is meant to encourage academy voters to watch the films.

That's going to encourage more people to make similar movies," he said.

"I wouldn't encourage kids to do it if they were watching on television.

He always knew when to encourage me and push me to the next step.

So, I will encourage young people to really use primary source material.

Not to encourage war but to allow Ukraine to defend itself," Biden said.

We need to encourage one another to be compassionate and non-judgemental.

It's not just court decisions that almost encourage the use of it.

There is no avenue under the law to encourage federal agencies to comply.

I always encourage first-timers to build the MVP (Minimum viable product).

Annibali campaigns to encourage women to bring their attackers to justice.

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The Manila selfie museum encouraging visitors to take pictures with art

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