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See definition of cared on Dictionary.com
  • verbtend to
  • verbregard highly

synonyms for cared

  • pay attention to
  • tend
  • watch
  • attend
  • consider
  • foster
  • mind
  • minister
  • mother
  • nurse
  • nurture
  • protect
  • sit
  • treasure
  • baby sit
  • keep an eye on
  • keep tabs on
  • look after
  • mind the store
  • provide for
  • ride herd on
  • take pains
  • wait on
  • watch over
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antonyms for cared

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  • ignore
  • neglect
  • disregard
  • forget
  • hurt
  • injure
  • dislike
  • hate
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How to use cared in a sentence

Essential workers— health care workers, grocery workers, and many schoolteachers, among others—are at high risk for infection because they cannot socially distance.
WHO SHOULD GET A COVID-19 VACCINE FIRST?JILL NEIMARKNOVEMBER 20, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Elective procedures, a big profit-generator for device makers and hospitals, slowed or stopped altogether, while older people in particular put off medical care of all kinds to avoid exposure to the coronavirus.
THE 21 BEST STOCKS TO BUY FOR 2021ANNE SRADERSNOVEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
She wondered how she and other front-line health- care workers at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia would get through.
UTAH HOSPITAL WORKERS RUSHED TO NYC TO HELP WITH COVID IN THE SPRING. NYC WORKERS JUST RETURNED THE FAVOR.CATHY FREENOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Businesses will close once again, more schools will be forced to go online, and our health care system will fail.
REPUBLICANS ARE STARTING TO EMBRACE COVID PRECAUTIONS AFTER INITIALLY RESISTINGARIC JENKINSNOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
All three authors are public health and primary care physicians.
COVID-19 REMINDS US OF THE NEED TO FOCUS ON HEALTH EQUITYJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
Still others, such as hospital-acquired staph infections, are spread by people taking care of the sick or dying.
WILL THE CORONAVIRUS EVOLVE TO BE LESS DEADLY?WENDY ORENTNOVEMBER 15, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
We put tremendous care and attention into every touchpoint, whether that’s packaging, our editorial that comes with each shipment, or an email exchange with our support team.
THE BOUTIQUE APERITIF BRAND FINDING FAVOR WITH MILLENNIALS MAKING MORE COCKTAILS AT HOMERACHEL KINGNOVEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
Earlier this year, a group of about 40 Cameroonian women staged a sit-in and released an open letter outlining complaints of inadequate medical care at a refugee facility near Austin, Texas.
THE AFRICANS AMONG THEMTRUTHBETOLDNOVEMBER 13, 2020TRUTHBETOLD.NEWS
We kept everyone who was eligible for and had health care through us.
THE TRUE COST OF KEEPING A RESTAURANT OPEN DURING A PANDEMICCHARLOTTE DRUCKMANNOVEMBER 11, 2020EATER
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the inextricable link between child care and the economy — and it's pushing businesses to confront the cost of working parents' unpaid side gig.
THERE'S A BUSINESS CASE FOR COMPANIES TO OFFER CHILD CARE BENEFITSERICA PANDEYNOVEMBER 10, 2020AXIOS
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WORDS RELATED TO CARED

  • allayed
  • alleviated
  • appeased
  • cared
  • comfortable
  • comforted
  • consoled
  • for
  • mollified
  • pacified
  • placated
  • reassured
  • reconciled
  • relaxed
  • satisfied
  • soothed
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