aided (part of speech: verb)
produced (part of speech: verb)
- When I became Governor of Kansas I found a hundred little orphans at our State Orphans' Home, mothered by a man. - "The-Suffrage-Cook-Book", Kleber, L. O., Mrs..
- She went to it for the comfort she could not bring herself to ask of her mother just yet, and it mothered her, crooned and whispered and sang to her. - "The Short Cut", Jackson Gregory.
- They told me all their troubles, and I mothered them and cheered them up and scolded them, and finally topped off with a jolly good supper; for, talk as you like, you can't preach much good into a boy if he's got an aching void in his stomach. - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908", Lucy Maud Montgomery.