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Another word for care

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Noun
  1. Cautious attentiveness

    See also:

    careful

  2. A troubled or anxious state of mind

    See also:

    feelings

  3. A cause of distress or anxiety

      1. To feel uneasy or concerned about something; be troubled.
      2. To seize something with the teeth and bite or tear repeatedly:
      3. To touch or handle something nervously or persistently:
      1. A state of distress, affliction, difficulty, or need:
      2. A distressing or difficult circumstance or situation:
      3. A cause or source of distress, disturbance, or difficulty:
      1. To have to do with or relate to:
      2. To be of interest or importance to:
      3. To engage the attention of; involve:
    See also:

    concern

  4. Careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

    See also:

    fear

  5. Attentiveness to detail

    See also:

    careful

  6. The function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

    See also:

    care for

  7. The systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

      1. Rehabilitation, especially a program of treatment for an injury or an addiction.
      2. Something, especially a building, that has undergone rehabilitation.
      3. To rehabilitate:
      1. The act, manner, or method of handling or dealing with someone or something:
      2. The usual methods of dealing with a given situation:
      3. The use of an agent, procedure, or regimen, such as a drug, surgery, or exercise, in an attempt to cure or mitigate a disease, condition, or injury.
      1. Treatment of illness, injury, or disability.
      2. Psychotherapy.
      3. Healing power or quality:
      1. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance.
      1. A regulated system, as of medication, diet, or exercise, used to promote health or treat illness or injury.
      2. A procedure, program, or routine:
      3. A systematic way of managing something:
Verb
  1. To have an objection

      1. Something perceptible by one or more of the senses, especially by vision or touch; a material thing.
      2. A focus of attention, feeling, thought, or action:
      3. A limiting factor that must be considered:
      1. The part or faculty of a person by which one feels, perceives, thinks, remembers, desires, and imagines:
      2. A person of great mental ability:
      3. Individual consciousness, memory, or recollection:
    See also:

    concern

Idioms:

    care for

  1. To have the care and supervision of

Another word for care

Noun
  1. Careful conduct

  2. A troubled state of mind

  3. Custody

  4. A cause of worry or concern

      1. Something that impedes; a hindrance or obstruction.
      2. Something that obstructs the making of a legal contract.
      3. A physical defect, especially one that interferes with speech.
      1. A race or contest in which contestants are given advantages or compensations to equalize the chances of winning.
      2. Such an advantage or penalty.
      3. A physical or mental disability.
      1. The act of hindering:
      2. The condition of being hindered.
      3. Something that hinders; an impediment.
      1. An evil spirit supposed to descend upon and have sexual intercourse with women as they sleep.
      2. A nightmare.
      3. An oppressive or nightmarish burden.
      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
      1. One that is inconvenient, annoying, or vexatious; a bother:
      2. A use of property or course of conduct that interferes with the legal rights of others by causing damage, annoyance, or inconvenience.
      1. something that encumbers; hindrance; obstruction; burden
      2. a dependent, esp. a child
      3. a lien, charge, or claim attached to real property, as a mortgage
      1. Something that is carried.
      2. Something that is emotionally difficult to bear.
      3. A source of great worry or stress; weight:
      1. A difficult or disagreeable responsibility or necessity; a burden or obligation.
      2. Responsibility for an error or fault; blame:
      3. The burden of proof:
      1. A weight or mass that is supported:
      2. The overall force to which a structure is subjected in supporting a weight or mass or in resisting externally applied forces.
      3. Something that is carried, as by a vehicle, person, or animal:
      1. To pull, draw, or stretch tight:
      2. To cause distortion of (a body's parts or shape) by applying an external force; deform.
      3. To exert, use, or tax to the utmost:
      1. The state, quality, or fact of being responsible.
      2. Something for which one is responsible; a duty, obligation, or burden.
      1. Great affliction, trial, or distress; suffering:
      2. An experience that tests one's endurance, patience, or faith.
      1. To cause to be irritated, especially by repeated acts; trouble or annoy:
      2. To make agitated or perplexed; upset:
      3. To intrude on without warrant or invitation; disturb:
      1. To feel uneasy or concerned about something; be troubled.
      2. To seize something with the teeth and bite or tear repeatedly:
      3. To touch or handle something nervously or persistently:
      1. A state of distress, affliction, difficulty, or need:
      2. A distressing or difficult circumstance or situation:
      3. A cause or source of distress, disturbance, or difficulty:
      1. A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury:
      2. An instance of such a proceeding:
      3. The act or process of testing, trying, or putting to the proof:
      1. To have to do with or relate to:
      2. To be of interest or importance to:
      3. To engage the attention of; involve: