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Word to the Wise: Nurture

nurture – (verb) help grow, feed, develop
nurture – (noun) food, development, training, education

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Examples:

The business incubation program nurtures start-ups.

Her parents nurtured her love of music and bought her a piano when she was only 3.

He spent lots of time and dedication nurturing his garden.

With these micro credits we can nurture small businesses in developing countries.

Since the financial assistance for young artists has been closed, it will be much harder to nurture their talents.

Using social media can help nurture a friendship.

The nurture of students is the most important task in our school.

No man should bring children into the world who is unwilling to persevere to the end in their nurture and education. (Plato)

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