Rapport – close and harmonious relationship; understanding of each other's feelings
(Pronounced rah-poor – the "t" is silent)
She wraps the poor (rapport) to keep a close and harmonious relationship. She believes this is the way to achieve an understanding of each other's feelings.
Examples of rapport in a sentence
There was a great rapport between the two business people and they decided to form a new company together.
The rapport I have with my therapist means I can tell her my deepest thoughts and fears.
They were both charity workers with a great sense of social justice so there was an immediate rapport between them.