Upholder in a sentence

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Definition of Upholder

  • One who, or that which, upholds; a supporter; a defender; a sustainer.
  • someone who upholds or maintains

How to use upholder in a sentence. Upholder pronunciation.

And this is indeed the express belief of many upholders of the Amendment-a foolish belief, in my judgment, but certainly a sincere one.
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Look at the poetry of Scotland, the heroic part, founded almost entirely on the villainous deeds of the Scotch nation; cow- stealing, for example, which is very little better than drabbing baulor; whilst the softer part is mostly about the slips of its females among the broom, so that no upholder of Scotch poetry could censure Ursula's song as indelicate, even if he understood it.
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The Son of God, the Only Begotten of the Father, the living God, the eternal Life; Emmanuel, the God of Glory, the Holy One; Jehovah, the everlasting God, the Lord strong and mighty, the Lord of Peace, the Lord our righteousness, the Upholder of all things, the Creator, the Alpha and Omega, the express image of God.
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He is the heir of all things, the upholder of all things, all things consist and exist by Him.
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The Upholder of all Things.
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Brethren of Him who is at the right hand of God, the upholder and heir of all things!
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The upholders of the prevailing view do not assert that Moses wrote the Pentateuch, but they maintain all the more firmly that he organised the congregation of the tabernacle in the wilderness after the fashion described in the Priestly Code.
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By a Society of Upholders and Cabinet makers.
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For instance:-France, Cabinet Maker to His Majesty, St. Martin's Lane; Charles Elliott, Upholder to His Majesty and Cabinet Maker to the Duke of York, Bond Street; Campbell and Sons, Cabinet Makers to the Prince of Wales, Mary-le-bone Street, London.
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In 1808 a designer and maker of furniture, George Smith by name, who held the appointment of "Upholder extraordinary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales," and carried on business at "Princess" Street, Cavendish Square, produced a book of designs, 158 in number, published by "Wm.
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Look at the poetry of Scotland, the heroic part founded almost entirely on the villainous deeds of the Scotch nation; cow-stealing, for example, which is very little better than drabbing baulor; whilst the softer part is mostly about the slips of its females among the broom, so that no upholder of Scotch poetry could censure Ursula's song as indelicate, even if he understood it.
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In vain he assailed its upholders in several military campaigns, such as those against the Schmalkaldic League, which will be treated more fully in another connection.
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The last two were upholders of French independence against the encroachments of Spain.
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To such a policy the Tories, as ardent upholders of the monarchy, lent their support.
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Of Dietrich Flade Efforts of Spee to stem the persecution His posthumous influence Upholders of the orthodox view-Bishop Binsfeld, Remigius Vain protests of Wier Persecution of Bekker for opposing the popular belief Effect of the Reformation in deepening the superstition The persecution in Great Britain and America Development of a scientific view of the heavens Final efforts to revive the old belief IV.
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The great upholders of the orthodox view retained full possession of the field.
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In answer to the contention that only "biting" usury was oppressive, Wilson, a noted upholder of the strict theological view in political economy, declared: "There is difference in deed between the bite of a dogge and the bite of a flea, and yet, though the flea doth lesse harm, yet the flea doth bite after hir kinde, yea, and draweth blood, too.
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The same view found strong upholders among contemporary English Catholics.
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Again a shudder went through the upholders of tradition in the Church, and here and there threats were heard; but the Essays and Reviews fiasco and the Colenso catastrophe were still in vivid remembrance.
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This was most painfully felt by Eumenes of Pergamus, the main upholder of that extraneous freedom among the Greeks.
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Examples of Upholder

Example #1
I have before me a letter-typical of many-published in one of our leading newspapers and written evidently by a man of education as well as sincerity.
Example #2
In order that a person should entertain a genuine feeling that the Prohibition Amendment is entitled to the same kind of respect as the general body of criminal law, it is necessary-even if he waives all those questions of Constitutional principle which have been dwelt upon in previous chapters-that he should regard drinking as a crime.
Example #3
What do you think, Jasper?
Example #4
We have no reason to drab baulor at present, we have money and credit; but necessity has no law.
Example #5
He is the Word, the Word of God, the Word of Life, the Wisdom of God, the Angel of the Lord, the Mediator of the better covenant.
Example #6
How these titles of our blessed Lord, what He is and what we have in Him should fill our hearts with praise and our lips with outbursts of praise, lift us above present day conditions and give us courage and boldness.