To have married a girl who cared only for his money; that would have been dire enough.
He would not have cared half so much for any insult to himself.
He cared as little for the money as Uncle Peter did, large sum though it was.
This satisfied him, for he cared nothing for the attachment of those under his command.
She cared little for poverty or riches, as long as she had regained her chief treasures.
Now, Perronel might do what she would with him—he cared not.
They had cared for him in his cradle; he followed them to their graves.
The misfortune was that this was the only thing they cared to possess.
Otherwise, he would not have cared to go on destroying life for no useful end.
She hardly looked up or spoke; but for me, I cared for nothing since she was with me.