fortify (someone or something) against (something)

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fortify (someone or something) against (something)

To strengthen or support someone or something, in order to improve chances of success against someone or something else. We need to fortify our bunker against enemy troops. I take vitamins to fortify my immune system against germs.
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If you meet someone new, this'll always be a tie which cheers you and helps to fortify you against life stresses and strains.
The amazing Sun/Jupiter angle suggests that if you meet someone new, this will always be a tie which cheers you and helps to fortify you against life's stresses and strains.