[ nur-cher-er ]
/ ˈnɜr tʃər ər /
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someone who nurtures others, offering food, protection, support, encouragement, or training: As a child grows, the parent ceases to be solely a disciplinarian and a nurturer, instead taking on a new role as mentor and guide.
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How to use nurturer in a sentence
We now know much our economy and our sanity depend on the emotional, intellectual and physical labor of the nurturers, caregivers, and organizers that have been both our nation’s emergency backup system and the everyday infrastructure.How Trees Mother Their Seedlings and What We Can Learn About Connection From Forests|Susanna Schrobsdorff|May 2, 2021|Time
She was especially angry with her mother, who has never played the role of nurturer or protector.‘The Distance Between Us’ by Reyna Grande|Lorenza Muñoz|September 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Thus says the Oracle, the Guardian, the Nurturer, marked like all who went before her with the holy mark of the new moon.The Ivory Child|H. Rider Haggard
At Teuthea in Achaea she was worshipped as the goddess of the woodland pasture, and at Cnidus as the nurturer of the hyacinth.The Sacred Tree|J. H. Philpot