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    foster - Dictionary definition and meaning for word foster

    (noun) United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864) Definition
    (verb) promote the growth of
    Synonyms : further
    Example Sentence
    • Foster our children's well-being and education
    (verb) bring up under fosterage; of children Definition
    (verb) help develop, help grow
    Synonyms : nurture
    Example Sentence
    • nurture his talents
    (adj) providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties
    Synonyms : surrogate
    Example Sentence
    • foster parent
    • foster child
    • foster home
    • surrogate father
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for foster

foster sounds like poster.. used to promote encourage the sale of goods..

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used commonly as "Foster Parents",, which means who are not natural parents, but help in the nourishment and upbrining of the child

Seeing fosters beer advertisement you are encouraged or Brought up to buy and drink it.

If you are FASTER, you will promote the growth or development of yourself and hence you will FOSTER....

foster-the Founder of the company gave a pOST to encourage the people

Don't u remember FOSTER mother.

foster beer PROMOTES THE GROWTH of our body as by taking beer people become fat

remember movie twilight in which edward cullen was the foster child of carlisle

ben foster : young talented goal keeper was nurtured at manchester united early in his career

foster = fo ( football) + ster (star);

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text: a farmer's foster child turns up in the
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