- n. The property of being supportive.
“But in this time around, he more than doubled his "supportiveness" rating to +6.5.”
“You might think that it'd take a little longer than a month and a half, give or take, to change your level of "gay-supportiveness.”
“It sounds like you already know all the qualities of being a good friend --- mutual respect, caring, loyalty, trust, and supportiveness, to start --- and that you are one!”
“Instead, there seems to be a real camaraderie and supportiveness between the dancers.”
“I mean, the internets, for all of its intimacy, supportiveness, and otherwise warm-fuzzy-inducing moments is a scary place.”
“It was either a testament to their familial strategy of stoic supportiveness or a reflection of their general acceptance of my zaniness over the years.”
“Given the labor movement's key role in pretty much every effort for progressive change in America's history, the shift from hostility to supportiveness would be huge.”
“We don't know what freedom of choice Bristol Palin had, nor the real "supportiveness of her parents," and likely never will.”
“* A national Money Guidance service should be governed by the principles of impartiality, supportiveness, crisis prevention, universality, and should be sales-free.”
“So, if I define PINK as the aspect of helpful supportiveness, a collaborative attitude, yeah, I guess guys can be pink too.”
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