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

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She soon gave birth to a daughter, her only child, whom she nurtured with the most assiduous care.
Now here is a lady, well educated and delicately nurtured, who is destitute of the common necessaries of life.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
This is true, I fear, to a certain extent, of those who have been nurtured in the new traditions.
Such men could not fail to adorn the faith they professed, and do honour to the Church in which they had been nurtured.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Surely she could never again thwart their plans of evil, hatched and nurtured in the foul darkness of the quags.
Thus was a graminivorous animal nurtured by a carnivorous and predacious one!
With it came a drizzling rain and to the tenderly nurtured girl it seemed that this would put a stop to the enterprise; but no.
A DAUGHTER OF THE UNIONLUCY FOSTER MADISON
The plan of buying back her estates, which I had nurtured in the bottom of my heart, was now more remote than America.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
He may have been a pupil of Manasseh, but his mind was nurtured on the philosophical treatises of Maimonides and Crescas.
They that would nurture others in the true life must themselves be nurtured upon its true element.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD

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