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fosterer definition

  • noun:
    • One who fosters; one that is for some reason designated to care for and nurture some one.
    • one that, or that which, encourages.
    • A nurse; one who nourishes and nourishes in place of a, mother or father; ergo, one who or that which promotes or sustains: since, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
    • a person who fosters; one that is for some reason designated to care for and nurture some body.
    • One who, or whatever, fosters.
    • A nurse; a person who nourishes and nourishes rather than a, parent; hence, one that or whatever promotes or sustains: as, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • person who fosters; one who is for some reason designated to care for and nurture somebody.
    • one that, or whatever, fosters.
    • A nurse; a person who feeds and nourishes in place of a, mother or father; hence, one that or whatever promotes or sustains: since, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
    • person who fosters; person who is in some way designated to look after and nurture someone.
    • person who, or whatever, encourages.
    • one that fosters; a person who is for some reason designated to look after and nurture someone.
    • a person who fosters; one who is in some way designated to care for and nurture someone.
    • one that fosters; one who is in some way designated to look after and nurture some one.
    • A nurse; one that feeds and nourishes rather than a, parent; therefore, person who or whatever encourages or sustains: because, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
    • person who, or what, fosters.
    • a person who, or that which, encourages.
    • person who, or whatever, encourages.
    • A nurse; person who feeds and nourishes as opposed to a, moms and dad; for this reason, one who or that which encourages or sustains: since, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
    • A nurse; a person who feeds and nourishes rather than a, parent; for this reason, person who or whatever promotes or sustains: because, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • A nurse; a person who nourishes and nourishes instead of a, mother or father; therefore, person who or that which promotes or sustains: since, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • one that fosters; one that is in some way designated to care for and nurture someone.
    • one that fosters; person who is in some way designated to look after and nurture someone.
    • person who fosters; one who is for some reason designated to look after and nurture some one.
    • person who, or that which, fosters.
    • person who, or that which, fosters.
    • a person who, or that which, encourages.
    • A nurse; one that feeds and nourishes as opposed to a, parent; hence, person who or what encourages or sustains: as, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • A nurse; one that feeds and nourishes rather than a, mother or father; for this reason, a person who or that which promotes or sustains: as, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
    • A nurse; one who nourishes and nourishes instead of a, moms and dad; hence, a person who or what encourages or sustains: because, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • a person who fosters; a person who is in some way designated to care for and nurture some body.
    • a person who fosters; one that is for some reason designated to look after and nurture someone.
    • person who, or that which, encourages.
    • one that, or what, encourages.
    • A nurse; one who nourishes and nourishes instead of a, moms and dad; for this reason, one who or whatever promotes or sustains: because, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • A nurse; one that nourishes and nourishes instead of a, parent; therefore, person who or whatever encourages or sustains: as, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of crime.
    • person who fosters; person who is in some way designated to care for and nurture some body.
    • person who, or that which, fosters.
    • A nurse; one who feeds and nourishes in place of a, parent; hence, one who or that which encourages or sustains: as, a fosterer of rebellion; intemperance is a fosterer of criminal activity.
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