concernment

[ kuh n-surn-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF concernment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCERNMENT

Brewster was altogether grand and his children must ever be our concernment.

My concernment in this Essay is neither with his virtue, nor his fall.

He made no reply, but followed the token with his little grey eyes, apparently without any sort of aim or concernment.

I have the pleasure of concernment in all he says; he drives his reader along with him.

But I don't see how the likes and the dislikes of a poor soldier can have any concernment with you.

Mark most those things which are of greatest weight and concernment to your souls.

What greater sign of love, than fear and concernment for the lover?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONCERNMENT

interestedness

nounconcern
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