Bolster

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Bolster Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

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  • a pillow that is often put across a bed underneath the regular pillows
  • support and strengthen; "bolster morale"
  • add padding to; "pad the seat of the chair"
  • prop up with a pillow or bolster

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  • a pillow that is often put across a bed underneath the regular pillows

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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Bolster'


  • Bolster: about the pillow called a bolster. For other meanings of the word "bolster", see bolster (disambiguation). A bolster is a long narrow pillow
  • Anita Sharp-Bolster: Anita Sharp-Bolster (August 28, 1895, Glenlohan, Ireland - June 1, 1985, North Miami, Florida) was an American actress born in Ireland, who appeared in
  • Bolster Day: Bolster day is annual festival held at Chapel Porth cove near St Agnes, Cornwall, UK. The festival is held on May 1 every year and reenacts the events
  • Michael Bolster: Michael Bolster (born 1967) is an Irish head chef. He was the head chef of the Michelin starred restaurant The Commons Restaurant on St. Stephen's Green
  • Bolster (disambiguation): A bolster is a type of pillow or cushion. Bolster may also refer to: Bolster (surname) Bolster (knife), the thick metal portion of a knife joining the
  • USS Bolster (ARS-38): USS Bolster (ARS-38) was a Bolster-class rescue and salvage ship acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Her
  • Span bolster: the beam called a span bolster. For other meanings of the word "bolster", see bolster (disambiguation). A span bolster, in rail terminology, is
  • Bolster (surname): Bolster is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Henry B Bolster (19th-century), American politician and businessman Judge Charles Bolster

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* Richard Nixon lied to gain love, to shore up his grandiose fantasies, to bolster his ever-wavering sense of identity. He lied in attack, hoping to win and always he lied, and this most aggressively, to deny that he lied. - Fawn M. Brodie


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