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Definition of "nurturer" []

  • The act or process of promoting the development, etc, of a child (noun)
  • Something that nourishes (noun)
  • The environmental factors that partly determine the structure of an organism (noun)
  • To feed or support (verb)
  • To educate or train (verb)
  • A person who nurtures. (noun)

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Use "nurturer" in a sentence
  • "That way one partner can stay home (perhaps in a sign of the times, the only writer of the fifty-three who describes currently living as a full-time nurturer is a man: Rob Jackson, in "My Life as a Housewife")."
  • "Tuesday's Recommended Release New Jersey has never been known as a nurturer for local music scenes."
  • "But I knew that as the only woman in the room--and in fact, the only woman on that leadership team--I would drastically lessen my stature to be seen as the "nurturer" while everyone else was playing sadist."