fostering[ faw-ster, fos-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF fostering
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He strove to do so by acting almost in defiance of his nature, by fostering deception.
Are you being led in the paths of literature by my fostering hands?
Yet her service, her fostering love, had only made him older.
We must have Douglass amongst us to aid in fostering public opinion.
It is precisely the task of fostering or creating in the child the basis of all loyalty.
Do you mean to tell me he joined in fostering this delusion?
Meanwhile you are fostering tastes in Madeleine which are unsuited to her condition.
Where the fruits of long-continued efforts and fostering protection?
One of the nine muses was devoted to the fostering of this particular art.
Only let me say one thing, Theodora—be forbearing, or you will be fostering the enemy.'