fos-ter / fô-stər, fŏs-tər
1. giving or receiving parental care, even though not related legally or by blood
My riches are my family and my foster children.
S. Truett Cathy, 1921 – 2014
1. to rear; to raise and care for (such as a child)
Foster a raven and it will peck out your eyes.
2. to further the growth and development
The main thing needed to make men happy is intelligence and it can be fostered by education.
Bertrand Russell, 1872 – 1970
3. to treasure; to consider dear
We all foster a secret desire to be a superstar in a hidden corner of our minds.
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