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encourager

Defined in the context of fat fetishism, a person whose sexuoeroticism hinges on encouraging a partner to deliberately gain weight.
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It makes me wretched that you should encourage a man so generally despised as Drummle.
What with the Jay Cooke failure, the Hayes-Tilden deadlock, and the bursting of a hundred railroad bubbles, there was very little in the news of the day to encourage investors.
In the second case one can say nothing except to encourage such princes to provision and fortify their towns, and not on any account to defend the country.
Collins's fancying herself in love with her friend had once occurred to Elizabeth within the last day or two; but that Charlotte could encourage him seemed almost as far from possibility as she could encourage him herself, and her astonishment was consequently so great as to overcome at first the bounds of decorum, and she could not help crying out:
She was not blind to the fact that young Luke Britton of Broxton came to Hayslope Church on a Sunday afternoon on purpose that he might see her; and that he would have made much more decided advances if her uncle Poyser, thinking but lightly of a young man whose father's land was so foul as old Luke Britton's, had not forbidden her aunt to encourage him by any civilities.
I have said it twice: That alone should encourage the crew.
No sooner had he remarked her pale face, her eyes so full of animation, her beautiful nut-brown hair, her expressive lips, and her every gesture, which, while betokening royal descent, seemed to thank and to encourage him at one and the same time, than he was, for a moment, so overcome, that, had it not been for Raoul, on whose arm he leant, he would have fallen.
I am afraid I have often been too indulgent, but my poor Frederica's temper could never bear opposition well: you must support and encourage me; you must urge the necessity of reproof if you see me too lenient.
Skimpole's dressing-gown, "be you very careful not to encourage him in that reliance, Harold.
Thorpe's being in love with her, and the consequent impossibility of her having ever intended to encourage him.
Our Emperor joined the army to encourage it to defend every inch of Russian soil and not to retreat.
It hurts the poor chap," I was told by Joey, whom I was agreeably surprised to find by no means wanting in the more humane feelings, "and he wouldn't stand it if there wasn't the laugh to encourage him.