Walsh, a name yet preserved among the minor poets, was one of his first encouragers.
He met friends and encouragers on all sides; from his father to his school-fellows.
The Shuberts also became producers and encouragers of productions on a large scale.
They were the receivers of the stolen goods and the encouragers of the crimes.
How thoroughly we listened to each other's rehearsals and became mutual sympathizers and encouragers!
It is ingenious to suppose that we are rather the receivers and encouragers of our original thoughts than the authors of them.
It is only ill-natured and ill-nurtured, unworthy and naughty people that are willing auditors or encouragers thereof.
This poem was written in 1744, on the occasion of the death of Alexander Pope, by "one of the first encouragers of this magazine."
He next enquires into the chief advancers and encouragers of trade in that country.
The death of this lady has been a source of great regret to all the lovers and encouragers of art.