Like Ezra's, my heart breaks for every one of these kids; they all deserve a forever home to cherish them.
An opportunity to reaffirm our friendships, renew our commitments, and reflect on the values we cherish.
It's like wanting to freeze time in way, wanting to cherish an idea for a longer time than is usual in fashion.
Kelly Ripa decided to give me hers, so I cherish this clock right here.
Just as poor voters might cling to their guns and religion, wealthy voters cling to the values they cherish.
We cherish our friendship with all nations that are or would be free.
On his death-bed he charged his nephew to protect and cherish me as a sister.
We Germans fear God, but nothing else in the world; and it is the fear of God that makes us love and cherish peace.
Say some word of hope, however distant—some kind word that I may cherish in my heart.
I cherish your so periodical and so munificent thoughts of me as one of the good things of this world of worries.
early 14c., cherischen, from Old French cheriss-, present participle stem of chierir "to hold dear" (12c., Modern French chérir), from chier "dear," from Latin carus "dear, costly, beloved" (see whore). The Latin word also is the source of Italian, Spanish, Portuguese caro; Old Provençal, Catalan car. Related: Cherished; cherishing.