Definition of nurturer in US English:



  • See nurture

    • ‘Women, I believe, are the nurturers of society.’
    • ‘‘We are the ones that are born nurturers,’ Ms Cravea said.’
    • ‘Women can put a different aspect to decision-making because they're nurturers of their families.’
    • ‘The mythologies he is promoting about child abuse - that women are natural nurturers and that the main danger to children is strangers - are the exact opposite of the truth research supports.’
    • ‘Because women are socialised and expected to be nurturers and mother types, the notion that we would choose to exert our own better judgement and power in this instance is terrifying to some.’