Reverse Dictionary: SUP – SUQ


SUP, SUPPING – NOUNS
– supping, dining; meal-taking CENATION 1599 obs.
 
SUP etc. – VERBS
– to sup, to swallow SLUP L16
 
SUPERB, SUPERBLY – ADJECTIVES
– DOPE great, superb; a common rap term …20C teen & high school sl.
– FRESH excellent; fine; very good; great, superb …1984 sl., orig. US rap musician’s usage
– TOP-NOTCH excellent; first-rate; superb; surpassing all others …1900 sl.
– TOPS best, excellent, superb …1935 colloq.
 
SUPERB etc. – ADVERBS
– SPLASHING wonderfully, excellently, superbly …L19 sl.
 
SUPERCILIOUS – ADJECTIVES
– HIGH-NOSED arrogant, supercilious; intellectual, pretentious …L18 sl.
– HIGH-SIGHTED looking upward, supercilious, haughty …1601 obs.
– LARDY-DARDY characteristic of an affected swell; languidly foppish; supercilious …1861 sl.
– SNIFTY-SNIDEY a slang expression for supercilious, disdainful …B1900 Eng. dial.
– SNOOTY snobbish, arrogant, haughty and disdainful; supercilious; unpleasant …1919 Amer. sl.
– SNOTTY supercilious and disdainful; contemptible, nasty …1926 sl.
– STIFF-ARSED supercilious, stand-offish …1937 US sl.
– STIFF-ASSED supercilious, stand-offish …1937 sl.
– SUPER-SILLY-OUS supercilious …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– TOFFEE-NOSED supercilious, conceited, snobbish …sl.
 
SUPERCILIOUS – NOUNS, PERSON
– PUKE a supercilious person …Irish sl.
– PYOCK a supercilious person …Irish sl.
 
SUPERCILIOUS – VERBS
– FANCY PANTS to act like a dandy or snob; to act in an arrogant, or supercilious manner …1936 Amer. sl.
– LARDY-DARDY to act the swell, to act in a supercilious manner …1887 sl.
 
SUPERFICIAL, SUPERFICIALITY, SUPERFICIALLY – ADJECTIVES
– ACRYLIC superficial, hard, difficult to tolerate …1990s US students’ sl.
– AIRY of a person or a person’s character, etc.: superficial, shallow; later: nonchalalnt, offhand; dismissive …1609
– AIRY-FAIRY insubstantial; superficial; impractical and foolishly idealistic …1857
– ALL FROTH AND NO BEER silly; superficial …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– ALL ON TOP not the genuine article; superficial …Brit. sl.
– CUTANEOUS external, superficial …1745
– FAT-ASS money-grabbing, superficial, fake …2000s sl.
– NEW JACK superficial, flashy, meretricious …1980s African-American sl.
– SKIMMY of the nature of skimming; superficial; careless, not thorough or exact …1893 rare
– TANGENTIAL that merely touches a subject of matter; superficial …1825
 
SUPERFICIAL etc. – ADVERBS
– FASHIONABLY with respect to the fashion or external form; outwardly, superficially, in appearance …1614 obs.
– WITH A WET FINGER slightly, superficially …1586 obs.
 
SUPERFICIAL etc. – NOUNS
– FASHIONABLENESS superficiality, formality …1608-11 obs.
– OVERLINESS superficiality; carelessness; indifference …1653 obs.
 
SUPERFICIAL etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– GROLL a foolish or superficial person; a gossip, a smatterer …1637 obs.
 
SUPERFLUOUS – ADJECTIVES
– OFFAL inferior, superfluous; dirty, untidy …1750 Eng. dial.
– SUPERVACANEOUS vainly added over and above what is essential; serving no purpose; superfluous, redundant, unnecessary, needless …c1555 now rare or obs.
– TRABOCCANT superabundant; excessive, superfluous …1651 obs. rare
 
SUPERFLUOUS – NOUNS
– FAKEMENT a trimming, a superfluous thing …L19 sl.
– NEED-NOT something unnecessary or superfluous …1650 obs.
 
SUPERFLUOUS – NOUNS, PERSON
– FIFTH CALF someone extra; one who doesn’t fit in or belong; a ‘fifth wheel’ …1895 Amer. dial.
 
SUPERFLUOUS – VERBS
– CARRY COALS TO NEWCASTLE vb. to bring things to a place where they abound; to do anything superfluous or unnecessary …Bk1999 
 
SUPERINTENDENT – NOUNS, PERSON
– ADAM a foreman, a superintendent …1903 sl. 
– EARL a director, a superintendent …1483 obs.
– GAFFER the foreman or overseer of a gang of workmen – a superintendent …1841
– GOVERNOR a superior, a boss; a manager or owner; a superintendent …1942 Amer. sl.
– OLD MAN a superintendent, a foreman, a boss …1830 US sl.
– RAMROD a boss, a superintendent, a foreman, a person in charge, esp. one who is a rigid disciplinarian …1880 Amer. dial.
– RAMRODDER a boss, a superintendent, a foreman, a person in charge, esp. one who is a rigid disciplinarian …1970 Amer. dial.
– SUPER a superintendent …1857 sl.
– WALKER a head foreman, a superintendent …1952 Amer. dial.
– WALKING BOSS a head foreman, a superintendent …1868 Amer. dial.
– WANDERING BOSS a head foreman, a superintendent …1959 Amer. dial.
– WARDEN the superintendent of a harbour, market, or the like …1538
– YED-BEETLER the head beetler, the head man of a company of beetlers; also, applied figuratively to any foreman or man in charge; a superintendent of a job …Bk1875 Eng. dial.
 
SUPERIOR, SUPERIORITY – ADJECTIVES
– ACES wonderful; excellent; well-respected; of the very best quality; superior …20C US sl.
– BAD-DOING first-rate; superior …1965 Amer. dial.
– BETTAMY superior, better …1843 Eng. dial.
– BETTERISH somewhat better, of somewhat superior sort …colloq.
– BETTERLY better; superior …1882 Eng. dial.
– BETTERMER superior, better …1843 Eng. dial.
– BETTERMORE superior, better …1843 Eng. dial.
– BETTERMOST best, superior, above the average …1737 colloq.
– BETTERMY superior, better …1843 Eng. dial.
– BOSS excellent; powerful; superior …Bk2006 US sl.
– CLASSY of superior quality, stylish; having class …1891 UK sl.
– DAPPING of superior quality or appearance …1892 Eng. dial.
– EYEGLASSY haughtily superior or contemptuous …1871 colloq. rare
– HIGH-RENT sophisticated, superior …1970s sl.
– IN THE CATBIRD SEAT in a superior or advantageous position; feeling important …1945 Amer. dial.
– LACING large; tall; of superior quality …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– NAILING excellent; of superior quality; of large size; great …1889 Eng. dial.
– ON ONE’S HIGH HORSE behaving as if one thinks oneself superior to others …1782
– POSH socially superior …1918 sl.
– PRECELLENT that excels or surpasses; conspicuously superior; excellent …1382 obs.
– RACY noble, superior …1675 obs. rare
– TOP-FLIGHT excellent, superior, of the highest class or quality
– TOPPING high or superior in rank, degree, etc.
– UP IN THE PAINT CARDS. old; high; superior …1930s US sl.
– UP IN THE PAINTS old; high; superior …1930s US sl.
– WORLD-CLASS very superior; outstanding; super-excellent …1950 Amer. sl.
 
SUPERIOR etc. – ADVERBS
– BEFORE in a position of pre-eminence or superiority to …1377 obs.
 
SUPERIOR etc. – NOUNS
– BEARCAT something extraordinary or excellent in some way; something of superior quality …1942 Amer. dial.
– BETTER END the higher classes; a superior kind; the greater part, majority …1848 Eng. dial.
– BETTER HAND superiority, the ‘upper hand’; precedence …1523 obs.
– BETTERHOOD the condition of being better; superiority …1615 rare
– BETTERINGS superiors, those in a higher position …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BULGE, THE the advantage or upper hand, the superior position …1860 sl., orig. US
– BULL-POINT a point of advantage or superiority …1900 colloq.
– CADILLAC something powerful or superior …Bk2006 US sl.
– DADDY OF THEM ALL, THE the finest, largest, or most striking example; the most notable; the best; the most superior …1907 US sl.
– DAISY a person or thing that is remarkable, wonderful, excellent, first-rate or superior …1757 Amer. sl.
– DANDY a person or thing that is admirable, remarkable, excellent, wonderful, first-rate, superior, etc.; a skilful person …1784 colloq.
– DAPPER anything of superior quality or appearance …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DARB a person or thing that is superior, remarkable, first-rate or attractive …1915 US sl.
– DARBS, THE a person or thing that is superior, remarkable, or attractive …1922 US sl.
– DICK-NAILER something or someone superior or extraordinary; anything satisfactory; something impressively big …1892 Amer. dial.
– DINGER anything of a superlative character; something exceptional or striking; someone or something remarkable or superior; something splendid or stylish …1809
– GOSH-DINGER something or someone remarkable or superior; an unusual specimen of any kind …1912 Amer. dial.
– HIGHER HAND superiority in contest, mastery …a1225 obs.
– JIM-DANDY a superior or excellent thing or person …1887 Amer. dial.
– MAISTRICE mastery; superiority, superior force or skill; a deed of might or skill; a feat …a1300, chiefly Sc. obs.
– MAISTRY skill, power, superiority, mastery …1818 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– NAILER a marvellously good thing, animal, or person; an exceptionally good hand at something; anything of superior or surprising quality; a surprising lie …a1818 colloq.
– RAKER a superior thing …Bk1905 Sc.
– SOME SHUCKINS anybody or anything large, important, superior, or remarkable …c1939 Amer. dial.
 
SUPERIOR etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BEAT one who excels or surpasses another, a superior …1855 US sl.
– BEE’S KNEES, THE someone extraordinary, wonderful, or admirable; an excellent or superior person, or one who poses as such ……1905 sl., orig. US
– BETTERMORE BODY a superior person; one of the better class …Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– BETTERMY BODY a superior person; one of the better class …Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– BIG ASS an influential, important or celebrated person; a big shot; a superior person or one who claims to be; used derisively …1956 US sl.
– BIG BANANA a superior person or one who claims to be …1984 sl.
– BIG BLOKE a boss, a superior …1916 Aust. sl.
– BIG BOPPER a superior person or one who claims to be …1967 US sl.
– BIG BOY a superior person or one who claims to be …1920s US sl.
– BIG HONCHO any form of important or superior person, esp. in a criminal context; a prison governor …1970 US sl.
– BIG MUCKY-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …1952 US sl.
– BIG SHOT a superior person, or one who claims to be; a high-ranking, influential, important, or celebrated person …1908 sl., orig. US
– BIG SHOUT a superior person, or one who claims to be …1908 US sl.
– BIG SNAG a superior person, or one who claims to be; a high-ranking, influential, important, or celebrated person …1842 US sl.
– BITCH ON WHEELS an extraordinary or surprising person; a superior person …1939 US sl.
– BLUENOSE someone who sees themself as superior to their neighbours …1920s sl.
– CANNONBALL a superior person or one who claims to be so …1940s US sl.
– CAT’S MEOW;  CAT’S MIAOU;  CAT’S MIAOW a superior person, or someone who poses as such …1920s Aust. & US sl.
– CAT’S MITTS a superior person, or someone who poses as such …1910s US sl.
– CAT’S NUTS a superior person, or someone who poses as such …1910s US sl.
– CHIEF one’s boss or superior …20C Amer. sl.
– CODFISH one who thinks himself superior to their peers …E19 sl.
– DAISY a person or thing that is remarkable, wonderful, excellent, first-rate or superior …1757 Amer. sl.
– DANDY a person or thing that is admirable, remarkable, excellent, wonderful, first-rate, superior, etc.; a skilful person …1784 colloq.
– DARB a person or thing that is superior, remarkable, first-rate or attractive …1915 US sl.
– DARBS, THE a person or thing that is superior, remarkable, or attractive …1922 US sl.
– DICK-NAILER something or someone superior or extraordinary; anything satisfactory; something impressively big …1892 Amer. dial.
– DINGER anything of a superlative character; something exceptional or striking; someone or something remarkable or superior; something splendid or stylish …1809
– FANCY DUDE any person who acts superior …1954 Amer. dial.
– FANCY PANTS a dandy; a pretentious, superior, self-important person …1934 US sl.
– FROG’S TONSILS, THE someone extraordinary, wonderful, or admirable; an excellent or superior person, or one who poses as such ……1936 US sl.
– GAFFER one’s employer or superior …a1659 Brit. sl.
– GINIGOG a person who is superior in some way, either positively or negatively …1983 W. Indies
– GOSH-DINGER something or someone remarkable or superior; an unusual specimen of any kind …1912 Amer. dial.
– GOVERNOR a superior, a boss; a manager or owner; a superintendent …1942 Amer. sl.
– HARD-ON a severe and intolerant person, esp. a martinet leader or superior …1980s US sl.
– HIGH MICKEY-DOODLE a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …M19 US sl.
– HIGH MONKEY-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …M19 US sl.
– HIGH-MUCK-A-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension; a self-important person …1856 Amer. sl.
– HIGH MUCKTY-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …M19 US sl.
– HIGH MUCKY-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …M19 US sl.
– HIGH-MUCKETY-MUCK a superior or important person, whether actually or through pretension …M19 US sl.
– JIM-DANDY a superior or excellent thing or person …1887 Amer. dial.
– MONKEY-MONK a superior or important person, whether in fact or through pretension; a self-important person; an aristocrat …1880 US sl.
– OLD MAN orig. a commanding officer or ship’s captain; hence, one’s employer or superior …1830 sl.
– RAKER a superior person; a hard worker …Bk1905 Sc.
– SHAH one whose superiority, real or imagined, suggests and Oriental potentate …L19 Cockney sl.
– SOME SHUCKINS anybody or anything large, important, superior, or remarkable …c1939 Amer. dial.
– SPANKER a person who takes long steps with agility; one who walks quickly; a tall and active young person; a superior person; one who excels …1751 colloq. & Sc. & Eng. dial.
– TOP DOG the victorious or dominant party; one who has influence, an important or superior person …1900 
– TOP SAWYER the leader in any profession, job, or occupation; a superior; a person of importance; the best person …1826 sl. 
– UNIMAKE a non-equal, a superior …c1205 obs.
 
SUPERIOR etc. – VERBS
– BE A QUEEN TO to be much superior to …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– GET OFF ONE’S HIGH HORSE to stop behaving as if one thinks oneself superior to others …1782
– GET ON ONE’S HIGH HORSE to start behaving as if one thinks oneself superior to others …1782
– HAVE to surpass, to be superior to; to have the better of …1843 Eng. dial.
– HIGH-HAT to act in a superior manner towards others; to snub …1920s colloq., orig. US
– HI-HAT to act in a superior manner towards others; to snub …1920s sl., orig. US
– LOSE to be much superior to; to overcome; to defeat easily …20C colloq.
– PACK to defeat, to be superior to, or more enjoyable than …c1920 Aust sl.
– PUT THE KIBOSH ON ONE to beat badly; to prove one’s superiority over one …Bk1913 Amer. dial.
– PUT TO SHAME to outshine by virtue of superior qualities or a more praiseworthy action
– RUN AWAY WITH THE HARROWS to carry off the prize; to acquire superiority …1844 Sc.
– SHADE to be superior to, albeit by a small margin …1950s sl., orig. Aust.
 
SUPERLATIVE – ADJECTIVES
– BRAG excellent or superlative; worth bragging about …1838 Amer. dial.
– CRACKERJACK excellent; first-class, superlative …1899 sl., orig. US
– DEAD-SET superlative, in both positive and negative uses …1940s Aust. & US sl.
– EX superlative, first-rate …20C sl.
– HYPERTHETICAL superlative …1611 obs.
– OFF THE MEAT RACK superlative, first-rate, astonishing, excellent …2000s African-American sl.
– UNGODLY extremely good; superlative …1970s US students’ sl.
– UP IN G very best, superlative …L19 US sl.
– UP TO G very best, superlative …L19 US sl.
 
SUPERLATIVE – NOUNS
– CAT’S MEOW;  CAT’S MIAOU;  CAT’S MIAOW anything exceptional or superlative …1920s Aust. &  US sl.
– CAT’S MITTS anything exceptional or superlative …1910s US sl.
– CAT’S TONSILLITIS anything exceptional or superlative …1920s Aust. &  US sl.
– DINGER anything of a superlative character; something exceptional or striking; someone or something remarkable or superior; something splendid or stylish …1809
– DUCK’S GUTS something superlative …1979 Aust. sl.
– GAMMON RASHER a superlative, first-rate, or excellent thing …1974 UK rhyming sl. for ‘smasher’
 
SUPERLATIVE – NOUNS, PERSON
– WOPCACKER a superlative or outstanding person …1947 Aust. sl.
 
SUPERNATURAL – ADJECTIVES
– SPOOKY eerie and supernatural; frightening …1854 sl., orig. US
– UNCANNY partaking of a supernatural character; mysterious, weird, uncomfortably strange or unfamiliar …1843 orig. Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 
SUPERNATURAL – NOUNS
– BANSHEE a supernatural being, in the form of a woman, who is supposed to wail outside a house to announce the approaching death of a member of the family …1769 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– CAN supernatural power, witchcraft …1852 Sc. obs.
– GANFER a ghost, apparition; any supernatural phenomenon …1774 Sc.
– SCAR-BUG a supernatural appearance …1895 Eng. dial.
– VIRTUE a charm; a supernatural quality …1898 Eng. dial.
– WAFT a wraith; a supernatural appearance of one whose death is imminent …1891 Eng. dial.
 
SUPERSTITION, SUPERSTITIOUS – ADJECTIVES
– superstitiously struck; narrow in one’s religious views; apt to take offense NARROW-NEBBED 1899 Sc.
 
SUPERSTITION etc. – NOUNS
– a story or tradition of a ghostly and generally superstitious nature THREEN;  THRENE 1720 Sc.
– a superstition, a charm; a spoken formula or ritual action which is supposed to bring luck VERDIE 1879 Sc.
– superstitious beliefs or observances SUPERSTITIOSITIES c1400 obs. rare
 
SUPERSTITION etc. – VERBS
– to tell superstitious tales or ghost stories THRENE;  THREEN 1898 Sc.
 
SUPERVISE, SUPERVISOR – NOUNS, PERSON
– BOSS-MAN an employer; a supervisor; a person in authority …1908 Amer. dial.
– GANG-DROVER the overseer, foreman, or head of a gang of workmen; the supervisor or master of a gang of field-labourers hired by a farmer …Bk1900 Eng. dial. 
– GANGER the overseer, foreman, or head of a gang of workmen; the supervisor or master of a gang of field-labourers hired by a farmer …1886 Sc. & Eng. dial. 
– GANGMAN the overseer, foreman, or head of a gang of workmen; the supervisor or master of a gang of field-labourers hired by a farmer …Bk1900 Eng. dial. 
– HEAD PUSH a boss, a foreman, a supervisor …1905 Amer. dial.
– UNDERMASTER a subordinate director or supervisor …1688 rare
– WARDEN the person having the direction or oversight of some work or enterprise; a supervisor or overseer …1398 obs.
– WHIP a boss or supervisor …1984 US sl.
 
SUPERVISE etc. – VERBS
– BIRD-DOG to supervise someone; to tail someone …Bk2006 US sl.
– HONCHO to organize, supervise, or be the leader of …1945 sl.
 
SUPPER – ADJECTIVES
– pertaining to dinner or supper CENATICAL 1725 rare
– pertaining to dinner or supper CENATORY 1650 obs. rare
 
SUPPER – NOUNS
– supper TOM TUCKER 1930s rhyming sl.
– supper TOMMY TUCKER 1930s rhyming sl.
– supper TOMMY TUPPER 20C rhyming sl.
 
SUPPER – VERBS
– to host a supper or dinner SADDLE THE SPIT L18 sl.
 
SUPPLE – ADJECTIVES
– BAIN flexible, lithe, supple, limber, pliant …c1440 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– EASY free from pain, discomfort, or stiffness; supple …1883 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– EDDERING long and slender, pliant, supple, lithe, powerful …1805 Eng. dial.
– LETHE flexible, supple …c1440 obs. rare
– SAMPLE soft, supple, flexible …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– WADDEN;  WADEN young and active; supple; soft …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WAFFLE supple, flexible, pliant, limber …1808 Sc.
– WAIDEN supple, flaccid, wanting firmness …1866 Sc.
– WALDIN pliant, supple, pliable; chiefly used of the body or limbs …1536 Sc. obs.
– WALLOPY supple and physically relaxed; loose-limbed …1880 Sc. 
 
SUPPLE – NOUNS
– MALACISSATION the act of making soft or supple …1638 obs. rare
 
SUPPLE – NOUNS, PERSON
– WALLOP a gangling, supple, loose-limbed person …1887 Sc. 
 
SUPPLEMENT, SUPPLEMENTING – NOUNS
– a supplement; an addition, increase; a piece added on EKE 894 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– the act of supplementing, increasing, or enlarging; an addition ECHING 1382
 
SUPPLEMENTARY – ADJECTIVES
– supplementary SUCCEDANEOUS 1665 obs. rare
– supplementary, of the nature of an accessory or accompaniment; auxiliary ACCESSORIAL 1726
 
SUPPLICATE – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person who supplicates or implores IMPLORATOR 1602 obs. rare
 
SUPPLY – NOUNS
– FURNISHMENTS supplies in general; munitions of war …1559 rare
– REPLY supply …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SUBMINISTRATION ministering support; provision, supply …1582 obs.
– SUCCENTURIATION the supply of recruits to fill up a ‘century’ or company; generally, the supply of persons or things …1643 obs.
 
SUPPLY – NOUNS, PERSON
– SUBMINISTRATOR one who provides or supplies …1611 obs.
 
SUPPLY – VERBS
– FIND to provide for, to supply with food or provisions …1631 Amer. dial.
– MOUNT to supply, to ‘set up’ …c1770 Brit.
– RE-UP to replenish a stack of something; to re-supply something; to re-sign or re-enlist …1906 US sl., orig. military usage for re-enlisting
– SARROW to supply, esp. to supply an animal with food; to give alms …1746 Eng. dial.
– SUBMINISTRATE to supply, to furnish …1665 obs.
– SUCCENTURIATE to supply what is lacking in; to supply a want; to supplement …1622 obs.
– TEND to provide, to supply …1882 Eng. dial.
 
SUPPORT, SUPPORTER, SUPPORTING – ADJECTIVES
– SUBLEVAMINOUS supporting, sustaining …1661 obs.
– SUBVENTIVE giving help or support …1871 rare
– SUFFRAGANT giving support or witness …a1656 obs.
 
SUPPORT etc. – NOUNS
– ADMINICLE anything that aids, helps, or supports …a1556
– ADMINICULATION the process of giving help or support …a1670 obs.
– AIDANCE assistance, aid, means of help, support …1593
– ARM a chief source of support or assistance; a prop, mainstay …a1382 rare & arch.
– BACK a following; a body of followers or supporters; support, backing …1566 obs.
– BACKSET a something in reserve, esp. applied to a store of money or goods held in reserve against an emergency; hence, a prop, a support …1868 Eng. dial.
– BACKSTAFF a support …1953 Amer. dial.
– BACK-STAND backing, support …1548 obs.
– BEARING upholding, supporting; maintenance …1548 obs.
– BIOT any kind of support; a walking-stick …1818 Eng. dial.
– FASTNESS support, help …1382 obs.
– FAVOUR aid, support, furtherance …c1400 obs.
– LEAN something to lean on, a support …1610 obs.
– LEANING-STOCK a support (lit. and fig.) …1583
– MANUTENENCY the act of holding in the hand or upholding; support, maintenance …1633 obs.
– RANCE a prop or support …1808 chiefly Sc.
– RANSE a prop or support …1808 chiefly Sc.
– SCOTCH a prop, support …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCOTE a prop, support …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– STUT a prop, a support …B1900 Sc.
– SUBMINISTRATION ministering support; provision, supply …1582 obs.
– SUBVENTION the provision of help, support, or relief; an instance of this …1535 obs.
– SUFFRAGE help, support, assistance, aid …c1460 obs.
 
SUPPORT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– ABETTOR one who encourages, countenances, or supports another in any proceeding – one who supports or advocates an opinion or principle – a supporter, adherent, or advocate …1580
– ADHERENT one who adheres to a person, party, or system; a partisan, a follower, a steadfast supporter; a loyalist …1426
– ADVANCER one who extols or lauds; an extoller, a supporter …a1546 obs.
– ANCHOR a person who provides stability, support, or confidence, esp. in an otherwise uncertain situation …a1425
– BACK-FRIEND a supporter; one who does his best for another …1818 Sc.
– BACKSTOP a supporter, an accomplice, someone who can be relied on …1919 Aust. sl. 
– BACK-UP one who can be relied on for support, esp. in a fight; a supporting member of a group or team…1990 Aust. prison sl.
– BOOSTER a supporter …Bk2006 US sl.
– BUTTRESS a person who provides essential support; an upholder of an institution or principle …a1450
– FAUTERER an adherent, a partisan, a supporter, an abettor, an encourager …a1662
– FAUTOR an adherent, a partisan, a supporter, an abettor, an encourager …c1330
– FAUTRESS an adherent, a partisan, a supporter, an abettor, an encourager …1596 obs.
– FAVOURESS a female supporter or encourager …1616 obs. rare
– FAVOURITE one who countenances, encourages, or supports; a well-wisher, friend, or follower …1585-7 obs.
– JACKAL a toadying follower and supporter …Bk1958 Eng. sl.
– MAN FOR MY MONEY, THE the person whom I should choose to employ or support; the right person …L17
– PART-TAKER a supporter, a partisan, an ally, a backer …1768 Sc. 
– SUFFRAGANT one who gives his suffrage or vote; a voter; hence, a supporter, a witness …1627 obs.
– SUFFRAGATOR a voter, a supporter; a witness …1617 obs.
– YELL LEADER a person who encourages and directs a crowd in performing yells in support of a sports team, esp. one appointed to do so …1892
– ZELATOR a zealous defender or supporter; one who zealously furthers the cause of …1460 rare
 
SUPPORT etc. – VERBS
– BACK to support …B1870  Eng. colloq.
– BACK ONE’S PLAY to support or defend a person or statement …1930 Amer. dial.
– BACKSTAND to support or stand behind another …1938 Amer. dial.
– BACK THE WRONG HORSE – to support a loser …Bk2004 
– BARRACK FOR to support vocally (usually a football team, etc.) …1890 Aust. sl.
– BEAT THE DRUM FOR to promote or support someone or something …Bk2006 US sl.
– BESTRIDE to stand over a fallen man in order to defend him; to defend, to protect, to support …1580
– BUTTRESS to provide support for a belief or argument, a person, an institution …c1400
– CLIMB ON THE BANDWAGON to join or give support to a party or movement that seems to be assured of success
– DO ONE’S BIT to make a contribution to the common good, esp. in joining the forces in a time of war …L19 sl.
– DRINK THE KOOL-AID to support wholeheartedly …1981 US
– FAVOURIZE to support, to encourage; to favour, to treat with partiality …1585 obs.
– GET ON THE BANDWAGON to join or give support to a party or movement that seems to be assured of success
– GUN FOR to support, to go for …Aust. sl.
– JOLLY FOR to support one’s friend with teasing and banter …M19 sl.
– JUMP ON THE BANDWAGON to join or give support to a party or movement that seems to be assured of success
– NERVATE to nerve, to support, to strengthen …1682 obs.
– PULL FOR to support actively; to encourage 
– PULL THE RUG (OUT) FROM UNDER to unexpectedly withdraw support from; to destroy the basis of; to betray …colloq.
– RANCE to prop, to support …1808 Sc.
– RANSE to prop, to support …1808 Sc.
– ROBORATE to give strength or support to; to invigorate; to fortify …1533 obs.
– ROOT FOR to cheer or applaud (a sports team, etc.); to support …L19 colloq. orig. US
– SIDE to support or countenance one …1591 obs. exc. Amer. dial.
– STUT to prop up, support …1638 Sc. obs.
– SUBPOUELLE to support …a1400 obs.
– SUFFRAGE to vote for or against; hence, to agree or side with, to give support to …1613 obs.
– SUFFULT to support …c1540 obs. rare
support – interjections/phrases
– CLAW ME AND I WILL CLAW THEE scratch my back, and I will scratch yours; support me, and I will support you; stand by me, and I will stand by you …1531
– MAN FOR MY MONEY, THE the person whom I should choose to employ or support …colloq.
– RAH! used as a cheer, a shouted expression of support or encouragement …1870 US
– RAH RAH! used as a cheer, a shouted expression of support or encouragement …1870 US
 
SUPPOSE, SUPPOSED; SUPPOSITION – ADJECTIVES
– OPINATE opined, supposed …c1450 obs.
– OPINIONATE based on opinion, or held in the way of opinion; conjectural, uncertain; supposed, fancied …1553 obs.
 
SUPPOSE etc. – NOUNS
– a supposition; an opinion; the act of forming an opinion OPINATION 1611 obs.
 
SUPPOSE – VERBS
– ACCUSE to admit, to allow; to suppose …1901 Ireland
– AIM to suppose, to conjecture; to anticipate, to forecast, to expect …1877 Eng. dial.
– CALCULATE to think, to opine; to believe; to suppose …1830 colloq.
– COGILATE to suppose, to reckon …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– ETTLE to suppose, to conjecture, to imagine, to guess; to reckon, to compute, to count on …1889 Sc.
– EXPOSE to suppose …1895 Amer. dial.
– FAGGOT to suppose, to conclude …1893 Eng. dial.
– I-WENE to expect; to hope; to think, to suppose ...a1000 obs.
– JALOOSE to suspect, to be suspicious of; to guess, to imagine, to suppose …1816 Sc.
– JALOUSE to suspect, to be suspicious of; to guess, to imagine, to suppose …1816 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– OPINIATE to hold as an opinion; to suppose, to think, to opine …1624 obs.
– OPINION to hold the opinion; to think, to suppose, to opine …1555 obs.
– OPINIONATE to form or hold an opinion; to believe, to suppose, to think …1621 rare
– READ to suppose, to imagine …1768 Sc.
 
SUPPRESS, SUPPRESSED – ADJECTIVES
– TELESCOPED suppressed, silenced …Bk1892 Aust. sl.
 
SUPPRESS etc. – VERBS
– DAUNT to quell, to subdue, to suppress, to reduce to submission …1297 obs.
– BLANKET to suppress, to put in the shade …1903
– BURKE to suppress, to cover up …E19 sl.
– CHOKE OFF to discourage, to suppress …Bk1999 
– CRY DOWN to forbid, suppress, or condemn by public proclamation; to publicly disclaim responsibility for …1457
– DECRY to denounce, to condemn, to suppress, or to depreciate by proclamation; to reduce the value of money …1617
– NITHER to oppress, to lay low, to suppress, to keep under, to vex, to harass …1721 Sc. 
– OPPRESS to put down, to suppress; to crush, to quell, to subdue, to overwhelm a person; to check or put and end to a thing or state of things, feeling, disposition, etc. …c1340 obs.
– OPPRESS to suppress, to keep out of sight, to conceal …1538 obs.
– SNUFF OUT to suppress, put an end to …colloq.
– SUBPRESS to suppress …1536 obs.
 
SUPPURATE, SUPPURATING; SUPPURATION – ADJECTIVES
– BEALING suppurating …Bk1888
– RANCOROUS of a wound or sore: festering, inflamed, full of corruption, suppurating …1660 obs.
 
SUPPURATE etc. – NOUNS
– BEALING suppuration; a boil, an abscess …a1605 obs. exc. Eng. & Amer. dial.
– QUITTER pus; suppurating matter; a purulent discharge from a wound or sore …1297 obs.
– QUITTOR pus; suppurating matter; a purulent discharge from a wound or sore …1297 obs.
– RANCOURING suppuration, festering …1567 obs.
 
SUPPURATE etc. – VERBS
– BEAL to suppurate, to fester; to cause to swell; to raise the flesh in blisters …1611 obs. exc. Eng. & Amer. dial.
– BEELD to swell, to suppurate …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– SEEP to suppurate; to ooze …1965 Amer. dial.
 
SUPREMACY – NOUNS
– supremacy; the first place or position; the position or office of head, chief, principal, or supreme governor; chiefship, leadership HEADHOOD c1449 obs. rare
– supremacy; the first place or position; the position or office of head, chief, principal, or supreme governor; chiefship, leadership HEADSHIP 1582
 
SUPREME – ADJECTIVES
– supreme; highest SUMMARY 1587 obs. rare