cherish[ cher-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF cherish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHERISH
On his death-bed he charged his nephew to protect and cherish me as a sister.
We cherish our friendship with all nations that are or would be free.
Say some word of hope, however distant—some kind word that I may cherish in my heart.
He therefore directed his officials to cherish and honour him.
They cherish poodles, particularly post-mortem; they disdain swine.
Doth he not promise to love her, and to comfort her, and to cherish her, and all that?
They cherish the idea that somehow the poultry do all the work.
How, with some such look, he would counsel and cherish his daughter.
This, at least, is the hope that I cherish, the fancy that lights me on my lonely way.
She cannot appreciate the good that is in him: she will neither see it, nor value it, nor cherish it.