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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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I certainly cannot return his affection, and as certainly never meant to encourage it.
Her reply was, 'Do you mean to encourage Mr Sparkler, Fanny?
The Emperor was with the army to encourage it, but his presence and ignorance of what steps to take, and the enormous number of advisers and plans, destroyed the first army's energy and it retired.
Moreover, Wood says we not only tolerate expressions of anger, we encourage them, extolling them as examples of self-empowerment.
The widespread construction will create new jobs and encourage economic growth throughout Oregon.
It does appear, however, as if Congress will provide funding at higher levels than the Administration's proposals for a number of programs that encourage collaboration and assist communities, such as Cooperative Forest Health, Cooperative Fire Protection, and Urban and Community Forestry.
Athletic directors should encourage parents to have open discussions with their children about any frustrations they might experience in how they look or how they perform in their sport.
Yet activist groups continue to encourage the unregulated practice of usually undocumented workers finding day jobs outside home-improvement stores, saying it is their right.
AN INITIATIVE to encourage people to cycle into the city centre has been set up after receiving part of a pounds 2 million Government community fund.
Parents have to teach children the value of money and guide them in their spending, encourage them to save, explore entrepreneurship opportunities, and expose them to solid financial planning.
An initiative to encourage people to cycle to Birmingham has been set up after receiving part of a pounds 2 million Government community fund.
CORRECTION: Leaving aside the morality of having the government spend tax dollars to encourage gambling, the alleged financial benefits of state lotteries are vastly overstated.