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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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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.
CEO Edward Atsinger, a longtime member of the far-right political steering committee known as the Council on National Policy, is a mogul of far-right politics who has generously bankrolled GOP campaigns in California in the 1990s, including over $528,000 in 1998 alone, His recent forays into antigay politics include $50,000 contributed in 1999 to the campaign supporting the Knight initiative.
ISN'T IT DISMAL TO SEE THE way so many of our stadiums and arenas are being named after the capitalists who bought the team and bankrolled (or had the public bankroll) the massive temple in which the team plays?
For most of its years, the Jackson Hole Group was bankrolled by InterStudy and other tax-exempt entities - such as the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
has sponsored a table at the annual The Bold & The Bankrolled event held by Colorado Company magazine.
Bassett says the transformation is mainly down to City's billionaire Thai owners Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and son Aiyawatt Raksriaksorn, who have bankrolled them since taking over in 2010.
Union organisers are being bankrolled by councils to co-ordinate strike action and distribute literature.
But there is a downside: Villaraigosa's political career will likely rise or fall depending on what he does with the LAUSD -- meaning he may very well owe his political life to those who bankrolled his efforts, all of whom have their own motives for their generosity.
New York Times Balkans correspondent Chris Hedges reported in 1999 that the KLA's founders were "diehard Marxist-Leninists (who were bankrolled in the old days by the Stalinist dictatorship next door in Albania) as well as descendants of the fascist militias raised by the Italians in World War II.
The Microsoft Corporation, we learned, had bankrolled a California think tank--ironically named the Independent Institute--to run full-page newspaper ads supporting Microsoft's claim of innocence in the face of federal antitrust charges.
The measure was spearheaded and bankrolled by pro-voucher advocates who were angry that teacher unions contributed money to defeat a "school choice" initiative in 1993.
The launch of the reform package was marred by claims the Tories are bankrolled by a millionaire tax exile living in Florida.