foster-sister


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your foster sister is a female who is not a daughter of your parents but who is raised by your parents

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Chris was fostered by Neville and Margaret Brunskill at the age of six, and quickly became inseparable from his foster-sister Sam, now 21.
Jack is a foundling who develops a strong attachment to his foster-sister, Janet.
In clear and simple prose Rose writes about her problematic foster-sister, bullies at school, her trouble accepting friendship and her struggles to trust again.
STEPHANIE MATHEWS, Nathan's foster-sister, lived with Nathan and their foster family until she moved out into her own flat in Daimler Green, Coventry.
In the months before her death, her schoolwork had improved, and she made a close circle of friends, according to a fellow pupil at Helenswood School, which she attended with her foster-sister Lottie.