bother[ both-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bother
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOTHER
It doesn't seem to bother him any, so I don't see why it should worry me.
He'll win the race in the stretch, an' there won't be many there to bother—they'll all be beat off.
Don't you bother about him—he'll come back to the others fast enough when he's done.
What a fool he was, to bother his head with such get-nowhere questions!
"Well, I don't see why you bother to remain in the body at all," I remarked.
Said to her, 'My dear lady, why do you bother to have opinions?
SHE can't do any harm unless we let it bother us—what she says.
However, you did bother yourself, and you have since bothered yourself.
Thank you also for all the good you have done me, if only you would not bother me about the rings!
Everything's going to be all right and nobody's going to bother you any more about anything.