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noun as in custody of person, usually child

verb as in regard highly

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Who cares of Barack Hussein Obama is president and gays are getting married?

The NFL cares about only one thing: protecting the 32 franchise owners.

The Bible explicitly and repeatedly calls for the construction of a system that protects and cares for these groups.

No one cares whether one of those names is going to be Mrs. Mellark or Mrs. Hawthorne.

By day, she cares for her children in a bombed-out milk factory that hosts her orphanage, Okutiuka.

The cathedral is the only Spanish parochial church; it cares for two thousand four hundred souls.

This habit and the fact that she cares more for color than for drawing are the usual criticisms of her pictures.

If among them is one who cares to work with a fever of industry that even socialism cannot calm, let him do it.

Under the present order and with the present gloomy preconceptions they have been the least of its collective cares.

I don't believe that Dorothy Chester cares a pin whether she gets in with rich folks or not!


On this page you'll find 212 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cares, such as: responsibility, load, encumbrance, distress, foreboding, and strain.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.