Definition of promote:
nurture, reduce, raise, build up, make headway, advance, pass, bolster, fail, come along, foster, urge on, fire, urge forward, improve, produce, contribute, advancement, come on, hike, raise, set ahead, elicit, endorse, erect, hype, sympathize, advocate, upraise, gain ground, pass on, pull ahead, bring forward, captaincy, subsidize, tug, recruit, set up, hike up, subscribe to, provoke, excite, track, get on, cry, jump, prove, bill as, campaign, sell, win, increase, labor, publicise, publicize, better, befriend, prefer, forward, stir, push, force, aggrandize, advance, crop, expand, place, nurse, countenance, graduate, advertize, incubate, advertise, flunk, second, crowd, abet, avail, agree with, put up, get up, lift, develop, dress, go on, make for, get ahead, get behind, evoke, serve, speak up for, market, enhance, downgrade, farm, throw out, exalt, tend, aggrandizement, crusade, elevate, sanction, upgrade, plug, nourish, get past, favor, mark down, march on, mail out, arouse, push on, aid, progress, levy, call forth, parent, shape up, feed, press, assist, call down, bear on, leaven, fight, put forward, move on, help, elevate, mark, discourage, magnify, move up, talk up, further, popularize, kindle, boost, labour, ascend, humble, push, foment, resurrect, conjure up, patronize, cultivate, embolden, elevation, grade, back, support, bump up, prefer, agitate, urge, subserve, encourage, launch, drive, ally, encourage, rise, draft in, forward, puff, invoke, bring up, conjure, kick upstairs, commissioner, ballyhoo, get along, instigate, call up, culture, ennoble, enkindle, benefit, help, further, knowledge, weaken, draft, divest, incite, bench, captain, catapult, demote, pitch, align, exalt, tout, strengthen, grow, uphold, supercharge, gain, champion, rear, heighten.
- expedite (part of speech: verb)
- publish (part of speech: verb)
- facilitate (part of speech: verb)
- "Terre Napoleon A history of French explorations and projects in Australia", Ernest Scott.
- "Athelstane Ford", Allen Upward.
I shall be perfectly satisfied if the Congress remains persuaded of the zeal which has animated me, and will ever animate me, to contribute my feeble efforts to promote the interest and glory of the States, and to merit the confidence reposed in me.- "The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol. IX", Various.