More Approving

Pronunciation of More Approving
/mˈɔːɹ ɐpɹˈuːvɪŋ/, /mˈɔːɹ ɐpɹˈuːvɪŋ/, /m_ˈɔː_ɹ ɐ_p_ɹ_ˈuː_v_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for more approving:

acclamatory (adjective)

admiring, praising, Extolling.

affirmative (adjective)

acquiescent, affirmatory, approving, complying, concurring, confirmative, confirmatory, confirming, consenting, corroborative, favorable, positive, supporting, Acknowledging, Affirming, Endorsing, Ratifying.

agreeable (adjective)

amenable, congenial, grateful, in accord, responsive, sympathetic, well-disposed, willing.

approbatory (adjective)

affirmative, Applauding.

complimentary (adjective)

adulatory, appreciative, approbative, approbatory, congratulatory, courtly, encomiastic, eulogistic, fawning, honeyed, honoring, laudatory, panegyrical, polite, praiseful, respectful, sycophantic, unctuous, well-wishing, Celebrating, Encomiastical, Plauditory, Commendatory, fair-spoken, highly favorable, with high praise, with highest recommendation.

enthused (adjective)

eager, excited.

good (adjective)

acceptable, advantageous, altruistic, ample, appropriate, apt, auspicious, becoming, benefic, beneficent, beneficial, benevolent, benignant, brave, charitable, common, conformable, congruous, considerate, convenient, decent, desirable, favoring, fit, fitting, friendly, fruitful, gracious, healthful, healthy, helpful, humane, humanitarian, hygienic, kindhearted, meet, merciful, needed, obliging, opportune, philanthropic, profitable, proper, propitious, respectable, right, salubrious, salutary, satisfying, seemly, serviceable, suitable, tolerable, tolerant, unobjectionable, wholesome, Toward, Commending, all right.

laudatory (adjective)

flattering, Acclamatory, Laudative.

permissive (adjective)

agreeable, forbearing, free, indulgent, latitudinarian, lax, liberal, open-minded, susceptible, Allowing, Permitting, easy-going.

supporting (adjective)

helping, shielding, Aiding, Promoting.

sympathetic (adjective)

companionable, compatible, consistent, consonant, cool, down, encouraging, like-minded, open, pro, receptive, vicarious, well-intentioned, simpatico, favorably disposed, having a heart, in sympathy with, on same wavelength, tuned in.

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