Synonyms and related words:
Pavlovian conditioning, accelerando, acceleration, accession, accessory, accompaniment, accouterment, addenda, addendum, additament, addition, additive, additory, additum, adjunct, adjunction, adjuvant, advocate, affirmation, affixation, agglutination, aggravation, alpenstock, amplitude, annex, annexation, antinode, appanage, appendage, appendant, appurtenance, appurtenant, arm, armament, athletic supporter, attachment, attestation, augment, augmentation, authentication, auxiliaries, back, backbone, backing, backing up, bandeau, bearer, bearing out, beefing-up, behavior, blowing up, blowup, bolster, bolstering, bra, brace, bracer, bracing, bracket, brassiere, buttress, buttressing, cane, carrier, case hardening, catering, certification, cervix, chandlery, circumstantiation, coda, complement, concentration, concomitant, condensation, conditioned response, conditioning, confirmation, consolidation, continuation, corollary, corroboration, corroboratory evidence, corset, crest, crook, crutch, de Broglie wave, deepening, diffraction, documentation, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic wave, endowment, enhancement, equipment, exacerbation, exaggeration, explosion, extension, extrapolation, finding, fitting out, fixture, forces, fortification, foundation garment, frequency, frequency band, frequency spectrum, fulcrum, furnishing, furnishment, girdle, guided wave, guy, guywire, hardening, heating-up, heightening, in phase, increase, increment, information explosion, instrumental conditioning, intensification, interference, investment, invigoration, jock, jockstrap, joining, junction, juxtaposition, light, logistics, longitudinal wave, magnification, mainstay, maintainer, mast, mechanical wave, men, neck, negative reinforcement, node, offshoot, operant conditioning, out of phase, outfitting, pendant, period, periodic wave, personnel, pickup, population explosion, positive reinforcement, prefixation, preparation, procurement, proof, prop, providing, proving, proving out, provision, provisioning, psychagogy, purveyance, radio wave, ratification, ray, redoubling, reeducation, reflex, refreshment, reinforce, reinforcements, reinforcer, reinvigoration, relief, reorientation, replenishment, reserve forces, reserves, resonance, resonance frequency, rest, resting place, restrengthening, resupply, retailing, revivification, rigging, seismic wave, selling, shock wave, shoulder, shroud, side effect, side issue, soldiers, sound wave, speedup, spine, sprit, staff, standing rigging, stave, stay, step-up, stick, stiffener, strengthener, strengthening, subsidization, subsidy, substantiation, subvention, suffixation, superaddition, superfetation, superjunction, superposition, supplement, supplementation, supply, supplying, support, supporter, supporting evidence, surface wave, sustainer, tailpiece, tempering, tidal wave, tightening, transverse wave, trough, unconditioned reflex, undergirding, uniting, upholder, validation, verification, victualing, walking stick, wave, wave equation, wave motion, wave number, wavelength

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