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apprise, instruct, give notice, send word, notify, advise, appreciate.
harbor, care for, appreciate, sustain, defend, revere, reverence, guard, embrace, coddle, value, fondle, pet, enshrine, dote on, preserve, admire, cultivate, honor, comfort, like, cleave to, nurture, safeguard, shelter, encourage, cling to, hold dear, fancy, love, idolize, treasure, cosset, adore, nourish, prize, worship, hug, venerate, entertain, nurse, foster, shield, support, clasp, hold in high esteem.
cherish, rate, count, regard highly, set store by, esteem.
idiolize, save, conserve.
Examples of usage:
  1. I arrived at Cambaya the 31st December, 1611, where I had certain news of our ships being at Surat, to which place I sent a foot- messenger with a letter, saying that the friars at Cambaya asserted that four large ships, with certain gallies and frigates, wore preparing at Goa to attack our ships, and that the Portuguese were contriving treachery against Sir Henry Middleton; all of which the fathers wished me to apprize him of, which I afterwards found was a political contrivance to put Sir Henry in fear, that he might depart. – A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII. by Robert Kerr
  2. " Remain here, my son," said he, " until I apprize your brother how nearly you are related to him. – Thaddeus of Warsaw by Jane Porter
  3. Once at Botzen, I can write to the people with whom I lodged, and apprize them that I was forced to leave suddenly, send them some money, and beg them to pack my things and forward them to me. – The Dead Lake and Other Tales by Paul Heyse