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Noun(1) the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child(2) helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community
Verb(1) help develop, help grow(2) look after a child until it is an adult(3) provide with nourishment
(1) You can say something that will either nurture the relationship or tear it down.(2) They have only vague, dim ideas about feelings, the development and nurture of human emotions.(3) The church is the seedbed of gospel preachers, and we must value and nurture what God plants among us.(4) Moreover, the Christian nurture model offered worried Protestant parents a much firmer guarantee of a child's good outcome.(5) In the nature / nurture debate there's room for both to have their influence.(6) It needed nurture but the Labour council killed it off, ostensibly because it had debts of 130,000.(7) She turned to one for advice and nurture , another for kicks, and another for career advice, and each knew what was expected of them.(8) He himself grew up without his biological parents, being raised by a foster family, and is understandably sceptical about the elevation of biology over nurture .(9) Soldiers' allegiances were stronger towards their generals than the discredited deputies and army leaders began to nurture political ambitions of their own.(10) we are all what nature and nurture have made us(11) The rapid transformation of warring societies into peaceful ones underscores the power of nurture over nature.(12) Asleep, he dreamed again and again of a dying child who turned into a wet rag when he tried to comfort it - a terrible, potent image for a self allowed to slip away and powers of nurture never exercised.(13) At stake is not the status of marriage in our society (important though that is) but the safe and sensitive nurture of all our children from whatever home background they come.(14) But there is also a sense that many of those who complain bitterly about the direction of government policy still nurture the hope that Tony is really on their side.(15) Finally, the nature / / nurture debate is addressed throughout the book.(16) the nurture of ethics and integrity
1. upbringing ::
2. encouragement ::
3. bringing up ::
5. bring up ::
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6. cultivate ::
7. encourage ::
8. raise ::
9. nourish ::
10. foster ::
Different Formsnurture, nurtured, nurtures, nurturing
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