Synonym: bring up, care for, feed, foster, mind, nourish, nurse, raise, rear, tend, train. Similar words: aperture, departure, tenure, perturb, torturous, perturbation, future, nature. Meaning: ['nɜrtʃər /'nɜːtʃə] n. 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. v. 1. help develop, help grow 2. bring up 3. provide with nourishment.
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1 Parents want to know the best way to nurture and raise their child to adulthood.
2 She wants to stay at home and nurture her children.
3 Nurture passes nature.
4 It's important to nurture a good working relationship.
5 These plants will need careful nurture.
6 The tree grows well in his nurture.
7 The study seems to show that nurture is more important than nature in shaping a child's character and future prospects.
8 We want to nurture the new project,[www.Sentencedict.com] not destroy it.
9 She is creative of life and ongoing nurture.
10 It is important to nurture potential in your employees.
11 But it takes real talent to nurture them.
12 This is known as the nature nurture controversy.
13 The antagonism between Nature and nurture controls their fate.
14 Schools should nurture a child's intellect.
15 That nurture is more important than nature seems to be borne out by a study published in Nature in 1989.
16 The human organism learns partly by nature, partly by nurture.
17 Which do you believe has the strongest influence on how children develop - nature or nurture?
18 As a record company director, his job is to nurture young talent.
19 It is up to politicians in a democracy to nurture faith in it, not devalue that faith.
20 So we see him skating through standard arguments about the inadequacies of IQ tests and the difficulties of separating nature and nurture.
21 The womb is the ultimate safe haven and the ultimate symbol of care and nurture.
22 The women gather and prepare food, as well as bear, nurture, and raise children.
23 We also believe that certain settings and certain kinds of support can help parents form these bonds and nurture their children successfully.
24 Money is arguing for a continual interaction between nature and nurture.
25 What of gay and lesbian adults who want to love and nurture a child?
26 A place far, far away in the magical north country, whence I got my nature but not my nurture.
27 Love is not something we give or get; it is something that we nurture and grow. Brene Brown
28 I am fundamentally an optimist. Whether that comes from nature or nurture, I cannot say. Part of being optimistic is keeping one's head pointed toward the sun, one's feet moving forward. There were many dark moments when my faith in humanity was sorely tested, but I would not and could not give myself up to despair. That way lays defeat and death. Nelson Mandela
29 We can not save the world's biological diversity unless we nurture the human diversity that protects and develops it.
30 But males retreating to the backwoods to beat their chests and nurture each other is not a healthy solution.
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