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- cynnalchynnaliwrchynnalyn cadarnhau'r
Verb(1) keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last(2) stand up for; stick up for; of causes, principles, or ideals(3) support against an opponent
(1) It shouldn't surprise us if those trying to uphold this tradition are accused of being its heretics and saboteurs.(2) We shall continue to uphold the noble tradition upon which our church has been built.(3) It was the first time a school had taken a stand in the courts to uphold its educational philosophy, Warder said.(4) But he told them that they should strive to uphold its traditions and act without fear or favour.(5) many furniture makers uphold the tradition of fine design(6) Let us as Indians, uphold our tradition of fighting such racial prejudice.(7) If novels did not uphold the lifestyle of the republic, they were dismissed as decadent.(8) Credit Card debts are unsecured and no court will uphold their position despite their threat to sue you.(9) The right to our citizenship, however, carries the duty to uphold our traditions.(10) At the same time, Unicef will uphold its support of the code and will continue to call violators of the code to account publicly.(11) they uphold a tradition of not causing distress to living creatures(12) As you may be aware I am the Speaker of the House of Commons and it is incumbent upon me to honour and uphold the noble traditions of the House.(13) You have a responsibility to the community to uphold responsible journalism.(14) In Florida, the court upheld the right of a dental patient to write about her bad experience.(15) In fact, the view is that the party has to keep the government on its toes, precisely because governments are by nature conservative and are upholders of the status-quo.(16) The York Vale League upholds the traditions of village cricket, which is untarnished by some of the issues surrounding the professional game.
1. confirm ::
2. maintain ::
3. continue ::
1. drop ::
2. lower ::
Different Formsuphold, upholder, upholders, upholding, upholds
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