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What is another word for reared?

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To have created or birthed new life
Past tense for to nurture and care for (someone or something) as they grow
“She felt her baby had a better chance with new parents better equipped to rear her child.”
Past tense for to breed and raise (animals)
“There was also a large open field of about five acres where my father grew grass to rear young calves until they were yearlings.”
Past tense for to grow or cultivate (plants)
“This method of grafting might prove valuable for sections of the country where the summers are somewhat too short or the nights too cool to rear the plants successfully out of doors.”
Past tense for to lift, raise, or set in an upright position
“Here and there, a beast would rear its head and bellow.”
(of a building, mountain, etc.) Past tense for to extend or appear to extend to a great height
“They are shaped like Mayan temples and they rear above the light and smog with the astonishing bulk of Ayers Rock in the desert.”
Past tense for to put together using parts or materials
“Annie plans to rear a new building on the vacant stretch of land she has just purchased.”
(of a person or animal) Reared or brought up in a specified environment or way
Raised or elevated in level or degree
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