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Synonyms for bankroll

to supply capital to or for

Synonyms for bankroll

a roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.)

provide with sufficient funds

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Pacepa summarized Arafat's dossier in "The KGB's Man" in the Wall Street Journal for September 22, 2003, describing how he was "trained, armed and bankrolled by the Soviet Union and its satellites for decades" Recounted Pacepa: "I was responsible for giving Arafat $200,000 in laundered cash every month throughout the 1970s.
The board has bankrolled almost 100 movies and TV series along with more than 300 dramas and documentaries.
The site used to be home to QuinQuag, a Utopian artists' colony founded in the late '40s and bankrolled by a certain Isabelle Nash, patroness of the arts and the wife of a rich dental-supplies manufacturer.
Subaru bankrolled Martina Navratilova's Rainbow Card, put money into gay and lesbian film festivals, advertised in this magazine, and began to make inroads into the lesbian consumer market.
After all, many Americans have bankrolled IRA terrorists for decades.
Attention to detail," says the founder and president of Stainless Steel Technology, is what's kept the company he bankrolled with his pension constantly expanding from a small metal fabricating shop operating out of a garage in 1984 to a company now employing 25.
The growing diversification of newsletter publishers' offerings--including conferences, websites bankrolled through sponsorships, and databases--reflects an industry-wide trend.
But the cardinal expressed some wariness about the organization of the summit, which was partially bankrolled by media mogul Ted Turner's Better World Fund.
Using his own capital and a little credit, he bankrolled nearly $5,000 to establish the company on his own.
Although bankrolled by the AFA, the crusade for library filters was led locally by Irvin Bos, a 59-year-old Holland resident who manages apartment buildings.
What limited their achievement, Judis argues, and put an end to the world of Progressive reform, was not the Gomorrhic Sixties of Bork-Bennett- Gingrich-DeLay demonology; it was the counter-Sixties that was bankrolled handsomely by big business and shepherded into undeserved respectability by an alliance of paleo- and neo-conservatives in the 1970s.