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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.
Oregon's old bridges are being given new lives as the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has developed a series of initiatives that encourages recycling on all levels of its OTIA III State Bridge Delivery Program.
The Senate report encourages the agency to focus more on treating high-priority acres and using mechanical thinning rather than emphasizing lower-priority acres and lower-cost treatments, such as prescribed burning.
Any activist who encourages men, women and children to cross this territory, either being shepherded by "coyotes" or joining the drug runners as they ferry methamphetamine and cocaine north, is insane.
The center encourages research and education about the environment and its many interactions with human society.
The Center for Family Partnerships encourages high school teen mothers to visit middle school teen mothers and speak to them about the difficulties of being a parent and staying in school.
Another audience member sometimes encourages her younger students to go home and teach their parents.
A young woman in an attempt to wake her companion drives badly and finishes by driving down a flight of steps, How this encourages one to buy the car I don't see but feel it might encourage a macho young man to show off to his mates in a similar fashion.
Most of all, Barbara encourages parents to take up the gauntlet for their children.
In Pagels's view, and in this reviewer's too, commitment to religious dogma encourages the wrong attitude toward religious diversity.