Supported – Synonyms

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The word “supported” expresses that someone agrees with something, often by assisting, e.g. financially or emotionally. It may also describe that an object is physically held up by something. In academic writing, this word is commonly used to communicate whether an argument or claim is proven or disproven in an analysis.

Synonyms will be introduced in the following article.

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“Supported” – General synonyms

The following illustrates another word for “supported” that may be used in everyday conversation as well as in academic writing.

  • Agreed with
  • Aided
  • Approved
  • Assisted
  • Backed
  • Endorsed
  • Guided
  • Held
  • Helped
  • Justified
  • Plead for
  • Proven
  • Stood behind
  • Stood up for
  • Stuck by
  • Stuck up for
  • Sustained
  • Verified
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“Supported” – Synonyms used in academic writing

In an academic context, the word “supported” is used to back up a claim and to indicate whether an argument is proven or disproven.

Are you looking for another word for “supported” for your academic paper? Have a look at the table below with the 5 top suggestions from our BachelorPrint-Team.

“Supported” Synonyms Examples
Agreed with This statement has been supported by the fact that…
This statement has agreed with the fact that…
Assisted The participant supported the process of this method…
The participant assisted with the process of this method…
Backed This information supported the results of this study.
This information backed the results of this study.
Proved The outcome was supported by the final analysis.
The outcome was proven by the final analysis.
Verified This information supported the results of this study.
This information verified the results of this study.