I have a question about the usage of the verb "brace". According to definition 1 of this dictionary, a person could "brace oneself" (and only the same self) for some adverse situation. But then, there is this usage in some news article:
Clinton’s campaign manager braced supporters for the potential setback in a memo Wednesday that suggested the former secretary of state may lose the caucus states this weekend.
which suggests that a person could "brace" another person for some adverse situation. Is the usage in the article wrong, or is the dictionary missing an entry?