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cherish

  
  ( cherishes    3rd person present)   ( cherishing    present participle)   ( cherished    past tense & past participle  )
1       verb   If you cherish something such as a hope or a pleasant memory, you keep it in your mind for a long period of time.   (=treasure)  
The president will cherish the memory of this visit to Ohio...      V n  
  cherished      adj   ADJ n  
...the cherished dream of a world without wars.     
2       verb   If you cherish someone or something, you take good care of them because you love them.  
The previous owners had cherished the house.      V n  
  cherished      adj   ADJ n  
He described the picture as his most cherished possession.     
3       verb   If you cherish a right, a privilege, or a principle, you regard it as important and try hard to keep it.  
These people cherish their independence and sovereignty.      V n  
  cherished      adj   ADJ n  
Freud called into question some deeply cherished beliefs.     
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cherish

  
  
care for, cleave to, cling to, comfort, cosset, encourage, entertain, foster, harbour, hold dear, love, nourish, nurse, nurture, prize, shelter, support, sustain, treasure  
  
Antonyms     
   abandon, desert, despise, disdain, dislike, forsake, hate, neglect  

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cherished, churlish, chervil, Christ

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