[ 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 are passionate co-nurturers of and committed co-advocates for our children.My Good Divorce: How One Woman Found Happiness Separating|Priscilla Gilman|June 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST