Thesaurus / fostering

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But beneficial habits may, under the fostering care of selection, develop into instincts.

I pity them, because they are fostering ideas which can never be realized.

Practical ReligionJohn Charles Ryle

There is a tendency towards the fostering of feminine home industries—lace-making, linen-weaving, &c.

It looked, at times, as if it were the richness of his gift that made his work seem play,—not Osmond's fostering.

Rose MacLeodAlice Brown

Hickory and poplar, which abound in the lowlands, find here no fostering elements.

Edgar HuntleyCharles Brockden Brown

As for the widow herself, the hope Helen had given her quite died out under the fostering care of Elder Dean.

John Ward, PreacherMargaret Deland

For he knew that his father had boasted of his fostering with the Earl, and never had Grani said nay thereto.

Three dark things of the world: giving a thing into keeping, guaranteeing, fostering.

He took a deep interest in every kind of improvement and to many extended his fostering care.

Education is thus a fostering, a nurturing, a cultivating, process.

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