foster

[ faw-ster, fos-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF foster

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The Foster was bound to Belfast, which port we reached without any accident.

“Mrs. Foster and the girls will come over often,” said Dick.

“We'll go over to Mr. Foster's as soon as it is dark,” said Mrs. Dare.

There is much in our country to create and foster this sentiment.

And daring you may foster in your hearts as much as we in ours.

"One moment, Mr. Foster," said Crispin, an idea suddenly occurring to him.

"You shall have my horses, sir, and my note of hand as well," said Foster firmly.

I daresay she's fool enough to marry you,' was all Foster said.

But there was in Foster a very genuine aversion to that match.

The call was from Foster, just in from Ocean View and reporting for instructions.

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