fosters[ faw-ster, fos-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF fosters
Synonyms for fosters
Antonyms for fosters
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOSTERS
It fosters sentiments which have been the strength of Aryan society in all lands.
She felt suddenly, as she never had before, how pinched and poor the Fosters must be.
"We don't have much to do with the Fosters," said Mary Beck.
The officers had come at once, and there was a group of men outside the Fosters' house.
Main Street was not hard to find, neither seemed the Fosters.
It fosters in man traits and an attitude provocative of I know not what.
When the Fosters were poor, they could have been trusted with untold candles.
The Fosters knew there was one way to get the ten hours, and only one.
She was the Presbyterian parson's wife, and was working the Fosters for a charity.
The Fosters were trembling with grief, though it felt like joy.