[ US /ˈfɑstɝ/ ]
[ UK /fˈɒstɐ/ ]
  1. United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864)
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How To Use Foster In A Sentence

  • Of all types of commercially based American music, jazz is the one that has most consistently fostered musical artistry on a high level.
  • Even his friends and foster siblings were expecting him to spend a good deal of time in the hoosgow or taking an extended dirt nap due to all this foolishness he was foisting upon the community. Archive 2006-10-01
  • In the first instance the government was aiming to foster a private sector in small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • However, the measure intended to foster democracy will result in all three party leaders imposing a three-line whip on their respective MPs – a move hardly likely to ease the public's mistrust of Parliament. European Union: The referendum is an absurd sideshow | Observer editorial
  • Student was as good a term as any, since Kinor was neither fosterling nor page. Darksong Rising
  • The President is keen to notch a political triumph that would foster freer world trade and faster economic growth.
  • This experience fostered broad exposure to the nursing association congress and how it relates to the governance of the association.
  • Frequent cultural exchange will certainly help foster friendly relations between our two universities.
  • Q So, you're saying the four of them at least, even though they already were voting for Foster, will now go back with some kind of invigorated motivation to convince -- Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry
  • Studies of family, twin and Foster child reveal that genetic factors play an important role in the etiological complex of mental retardation.
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