The literary world he helped found and nurture, and whose landscape he bestrode like the colossus he was—that world is gone.
Oddly you nurture it, it is part of you, and inescapably part of your past, present, and future.
But the desire to nurture is born from blinding selfishness and little or no empathic capacity.
How we relate to and nurture them over time is what makes the difference.
But John is sure that he can nurture Ayatollah to bring out the best in him, if only Tzipi and Saeb will do their best for Salaam.
Now let us consider some of his definite contributions to the birth and nurture of the United States.
But to return:—After marriage let us speak of the birth of children, and after their birth of their nurture and education.
It is likely, however, that function is seldom so mechanical, but that personal constitution or nurture modifies its operations.
But you can't expect anything of them; they've had no nurture.'
Absorption, engrossment, full concern with subject matter for its own sake, nurture it.