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Synonyms for cherish

Synonyms for cherish

to have the highest regard for

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

Synonyms for cherish

be fond of

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When it comes to angering human beings as compared to the anger of The Creator, Cherisher, Provider, Sustainer and Lord of the Universe, who has more priority?
Those who spend their money (by giving Sadaqah, Khair'at to deserving) openly or quietly in the day and at night, their reward is with their Lord the Cherisher, they will not face any danger nor face sorrow or grief".
In the name of God the most compassionate and the most merciful, praise be to God, the cherisher and sustainer of the world, the most compassionate, the most merciful, master of the day of judgment, thee do we worship and thine aid do we seek.
Wildt (1868-1931) was a virtuoso of great culture, a deep talent, but a criticised figure: he was loved by his cherishers and at the same time detested for his work outside the formal harmony, too involved in Nordic decadent contests.
Of course, the material is mortal, while the immortal, the angels, become important companions and cherishers of what is most intense in human experience: being born, falling in love, dying.
Historically, women have been the principal cherishers and caretakers of life.
Our Christian ancestors, the makers and cherishers of creative legend and imagery, thirsted to know the true Christ who was their God and their fellow man.
Cherishers of the World Book tradition have in fact been effecting and will continue to effect reinterpretations of that tradition in the light of new technologies.