Definition of Cherishes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of cherish) ¹



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Definition of Cherishes

1. cherish [v] - See also: cherish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cherishes

cheremes
cheremic
cheremnykhite
cherepanovite
cherimolla
cherimoya
cherimoya tree
cherimoyas
cherimoyer
cherimoyers
cherish
cherishable
cherished
cherisher
cherishers
cherishes (current term)
cherishing
cherishingly
cherishment
cherishments
cherisht
chernikovite
chernozem
chernozemic
chernozemic soil
chernozems
chernykhite
cherogril
cherogrils
cheroot

Literary usage of Cherishes

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1. The First Forty Years of Washington Society: Portrayed by the Family Letters by Margaret Bayard Smith, Gaillard Hunt (1906)
"She still cherishes the hope of some future renewal of that kindness; in which we all join her, as an assurance of affectionate attachment and respect. TH. ..."

2. Party Leaders: Sketches of Thomas Jefferson, Alex'r Hamilton, Andrew Jackson by Joseph Glover Baldwin (1855)
"Tbe first Constitution of Virginia—Randolph opposed to equal Descents and Distributions—Virginia cherishes her Talent—Her State pride and jealousy of ..."

3. Six Months in America by Godfrey Thomas Vigne (1833)
"... by ignorance as to its amount, that so often cherishes in the children I ho most dissolute habits of idleness, with all their attendant evils. ..."

4. A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises by Nicholas Wanostrocht (1817)
"them, cherishes, loves, honors, respects, and obeys them. obeit, v. cherit,v. honore,v. respecte,v. OF PRONOUNS POSSESSIVE. These pronouns are called ..."

5. The Life and Times of Wendell Phillips by George Lowell Austin (1888)
"cherishes no Fondness for the Law.—Graduation.—Admitted to the Bar. — At Lowell, Mass. —Benjamin F. Butler. —Practice. " The greatest praise government can ..."

6. A New General Biographical Dictionary by Hugh James Rose (1853)
"On the whole, he was a sovereign happily suited to the country he governed, which still fondly cherishes his memory. When the royal tombs at St. Denis were ..."

7. The Camera and the Pencil by Marcus Aurelius Root (1864)
"cherishes domestic and social sentiments—Inspires to virtuous and noble deeds—Education largely the work of circumstances and conditions of men —Augments ..."

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