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Synonyms for nurture

Synonyms for nurture

Synonyms for nurture

the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child

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helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community

bring up

provide with nourishment

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Babat acknowledges the existence of rivals who might try to challenge the powers and good intentions of the intended nurturer of fish.
In addition to the role of providing, it may also be possible to establish regular patterns of enacting the role of playmate, nurturer, and role model.
The Hurston/Wright Foundation has become the predictor of success for emerging black writers, and Golden has earned the respect of the publishing world as a discoverer and nurturer of new talent.
Romanticizing, for the purpose of historical recognition, women's role as a nurturer to soldiers, does not, in my mind, advance historical understanding about war and citizenship.
For those unfamiliar with Franken's "Saturday Night Live" character, Smalley is a caring nurturer, a member of several 12-step programs - but not a licensed therapist - who has a daily show on cable access.
I recently read that the definition of a good leader is being an enthusiast, a coach, a facilitator, a team builder and a nurturer of future leaders.
Sacred repository of life, our wombs are repositories of mercy, archetypes of Mother Earth, nurturer of all life, of Mary, the Mother of God.
Chris Turner has gone from patient nurturer of talent at Wolverhampton Wanderers to quickfix seeker at Sheffield Wednesday.
You are part nurturer, part administrator, part motivator, part enforcer.
His policy of welcoming young scholars' work, and always providing a careful response to any genuinely scholarly effort, has earned Renascence an enviable reputation as a nurturer of new talent.
A veteran of Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys and, as leader of the Sunny Mountain Boys, a nurturer of such world-class talents as banjoist J.
Again, for Vygotsky, the place of the teacher is as nurturer, using various "scaffolding" activities as a way to guide student growth.
It introduces them to the satisfactions of roles which the market rewards only indirectly, if at all: nurturer, defender, uplifter, communicant, teammate, lover, friend.
Dilemmas emerge as people move beyond their ascribed provider and nurturer roles, often resulting in conflict and stress.
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