Foster-child



noun
1.
a child raised by someone who is not its natural or adoptive parent.
2.
a needy child, as one living in an impoverished country, supported or aided by contribution to a specific charity.
noun
1.
a child looked after temporarily or brought up by people other than its natural or adoptive parents

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  • Fostered

    [faw-ster, fos-ter] /ˈfɔ stər, ˈfɒs tər/ verb (used with object) 1. to promote the growth or development of; further; encourage: to foster new ideas. 2. to bring up, raise, or rear, as a . 3. to care for or cherish. 4. British. to place (a child) in a . 5. Obsolete. to feed or nourish. […]

  • Fosterer

    [faw-ster, fos-ter] /ˈfɔ stər, ˈfɒs tər/ verb (used with object) 1. to promote the growth or development of; further; encourage: to foster new ideas. 2. to bring up, raise, or rear, as a . 3. to care for or cherish. 4. British. to place (a child) in a . 5. Obsolete. to feed or nourish. […]



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