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Verb(1) be fond of; be attached to
(1) He bought her the ring one day, knowing that even though he only spent fifty cents on it at a flea market, Zoe would find it precious and cherish it forever.(2) I am, however, relieved to say that I do not instinctively want to protect and cherish her.(3) She deserves a reliable kind of guy, who will love her and cherish her.(4) And I promise to love and to cherish you as long as I live.(5) I cherish the letters she wrote(6) Will you honour, love, and cherish them, or will you ignore them like they're ex-girlfriends?(7) he needed a woman he could cherish(8) Even if she did love him, he would never cherish her.(9) It's a natural longing of the human heart to care for and cherish your child.(10) Responsible husbands love, protect and cherish their wives.(11) We have every reason to cherish this precious heritage and continue working on behalf of its future evolution.(12) If you take nothing else from my column this week, have this: cherish your friends, care about them more than your marks.(13) There is hardly any sane human being who can respect and cherish a social union in which his right to freedom of speech and conscience is scoffed at.(14) Why couldn't she have someone that would cherish her, and love her for herself?(15) Despite all the pain and suffering, the eternal hope that we cherish will win the day.(16) You gave us all beautiful memories that we will cherish all the days of our lives.
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