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Mother Nature

noun
1.
a personification of the forces of nature as a controlling and regulating maternal being, sometimes creative and caring.
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  • One bright spring morning Mother Nature passed by the window and gave them each a lovely violet cap.

  • So it is to the earth that we turn for every need, and Mother Nature supplies it.

    Checking the Waste Mary Huston Gregory
  • Mother Nature never gave us such things in her beautiful, clean outdoors.

    The Child's Day Woods Hutchinson
  • He did wish that Mother Nature would say something, did Mr. Owl.

    Mother West Wind's Children Thornton W. Burgess
  • To be sure he was anxious to look his best when old Mother Nature came, so he got a new suit all ready.

    Mother West Wind's Children Thornton W. Burgess

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