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fosters

verb as in promote, support

verb as in give care or accommodation to

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It fosters—yep—“access to capital and talent and diversity.”

Most frightening are the mechanical dolls whose production Mengele fosters.

So, it fosters one-on-one communication by the dude not communicating at all?

They are turned off by our attempts to hide behind a façade of safety and alienated by the lack of real connection it fosters.

A big reason is economics—“anything that fosters an inclusive environment makes good business sense.”

Why use dangerous cosmetics when Jones' soap retains youth and health for the complexion, and fosters the development of beauty?

This knowledge not only fosters intelligent and fruitful experiment but it prevents the doing of foolish things.

Birket Fosters copy sold in 1894 for 255; and Mr. Tooveys, with title and verses in facsimile, for 169.

One trouble with dormitory school life is that it fosters leisure-wasting and time-wasting "gang" habits.

But the virtues of the hero were united with all the railings and vices which a military life creates, or at least fosters.

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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fosters, such as: feed, advance, champion, uphold, harbor, and cherish.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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