foster daughter

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noun

a girl raised like one's own daughter, though not such by birth or adoption.

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Historical Examples of foster daughter

  • I learned that she was Bertalda, foster-daughter of a great duke, and each evening I became her partner in the dances.

    The World's Greatest Books, Vol IV.

    Editors: Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton

  • As the Amphib-King's foster-daughter, she could get the boat through to the Amphib island without any trouble at all.

    Rastignac the Devil

    Philip Jos Farmer

  • Fierce and angry did he look, as, high above his foster-daughter, he held his magic wand.

  • "I am the forester's foster-daughter lost in the woods until the prince pursuing the milk-white doe finds her," said Alice.

    Emmy Lou's Road to Grace

    George Madden Martin

  • Orm was a good husbandman, and a great friend of Thorbiorn, and Gudrid lived with him for a long time as a foster-daughter.