1. promote the growth of;
2. bring up under fosterage; of children
3. help develop, help grow;
1. providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties;
Our attitudes are our foster mother who determine our fate.
ABCSee what Billy Joel , Jodie Foster and others had to say to graduates.
Environment of my province geography is superior, suit to foster race most.
I already had a full house, so I said that I would foster her.
Ms. Foster, seeing the hunting cabin on the hill, knew it could be her dream house.
Mr Foster is a tower of strength to his party.
Nowadays young couple sometimes foster.
The mayor has tried to foster civic pride by having a new public library built in the city.
The captain did his best to foster a sense of unity among the new recruits.
The club's aim is to foster better relations within the community.
Mr Foster romped home with 141 votes.
The children were waiting for placement in a foster care home.
Little Jack was placed with foster parents.
They suspected that Neville had traded secret information with Mr Foster.
The foster mother was a wonderful, warm person.
He may have had some suspicions of Michael Foster, the editor of the journal.
The winners are as follows: E. Walker; R. Foster; R. Gates; A. Mackintosh.
Gay men are now eligible to become foster parents whether they are single or have partners.
He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies.
He has spent most of his life being shunted between his mother, father and various foster families.
He manoeuvres to foster recovery.
The President is keen to notch a political triumph that would foster freer world trade and faster economic growth.
The bright and telegenic Miss Foster is being paid around £90,000 a year for her exclusive deal.
It might be possible for a single woman to be accepted as a foster parent.
After due consideration it was decided to send him away to live with foster parents.
We are looking for foster carers who can care for a child for a few days.
nurse, tend, foster, cultivate, cherish
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