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'''Moral support''' is a way of giving support to a person or cause, or to one side in a conflict, without making any contribution beyond the emotional or psychological value of the encouragement.
 
'''Moral support''' is a way of giving support to a person or cause, or to one side in a conflict, without making any contribution beyond the emotional or psychological value of the encouragement.
   
For example, in a war between two countries or alliances, a third nation may give moral support to one side, without actually participating in the conflict (for example, [[Paraguay]] in [[World War II|World War ll]]). Another example, being there to support Catherine.
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For example, in a war between two countries or alliances, a third nation may give moral support to one side, without actually participating in the conflict (for example, [[Paraguay]] in [[World War II|World War ll]]). Not to be confused with morale support to Catherine. Tae is right, all the while you made valid points in your argument.
   
 
Another common example can be found in [[sport]]s. By coming out to watch one's friend's team play a match, one is likely not directly supporting her team in any significant way (especially if there is no charge to attend), but one's friend may still feel encouraged by the moral support of one's presence.
 
Another common example can be found in [[sport]]s. By coming out to watch one's friend's team play a match, one is likely not directly supporting her team in any significant way (especially if there is no charge to attend), but one's friend may still feel encouraged by the moral support of one's presence.
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