Synonym: care for, cultivate, feed, mind, nourish, nurse, nurture, rear, support, tend. Similar words: poster, oyster, eastern, cluster, western, monster, bolster, yesterday. Meaning: ['fɑstə(r) ,'fɔ- /'fɒs-] n. United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864). v. 1. promote the growth of 2. bring up under fosterage; of children 3. help develop, help grow. adj. providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties.
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1. Foster joined in the laughter.
2. Mr Foster romped home with 141 votes.
3. Little Jack was placed with foster parents.
4. The captain did his best to foster a sense of unity among the new recruits.
5. Frequent cultural exchange will certainly help foster friendly relations between our two universities.
6. The bishop helped foster the sense of a community embracing all classes.
7. Mr Foster is sorry that he cannot accept your invitation to dinner.
8. Mrs Foster bobbed about, gathering up her things.
9. The children were placed with foster parents.
10. He is going to run against Foster.
11. Mr Foster confessed that he'd broken the speed limit.
12. He was later placed with a foster family.
13. Commissioner Foster is responsible for literature and arts.
14. Foster admitted punching and kicking the man repeatedly.
15. All foster parents are carefully screened.
16. Nowadays young couple sometimes foster.
17. It is sometimes difficult to find suitable foster parents.
18. Mr Foster has never been to China. Consequently / Hence he knows very little about it.
19. Mr Foster is a tower of strength to his party.
20. The mayor has tried to foster civic pride by having a new public library built in the city.
21. They try to foster harmony between different groups of people.
22. He may have had some suspicions of Michael Foster, the editor of the journal.
23. We couldn't adopt a child, so we decided to foster.Sentencedict.com
24. People who cannot have a baby of their own sometimes foster .
25. You say a, one, two, several, etc. hundred without a final 's' on 'hundred'. Hundreds can be used if there is no number or quantity before it. Always use a plural verb with hundred or hundreds.: One hundred have already been placed with foster families.
26. He has spent most of his life being shunted between his mother, father and various foster families.
27. As a child, he had lived with a succession of foster parents.
28. After due consideration it was decided to send him away to live with foster parents.
29. They suspected that Neville had traded secret information with Mr Foster.
30. He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies.
More similar words: poster, oyster, eastern, cluster, western, monster, bolster, yesterday, register, minister, youngster, disaster, administer, stereotype, mysterious, cholesterol, eastern europe, esterification, step by step, most, host, cost, ghost, boost, at most, mostly, costly, almost, post-war, hostage.