Definition of Cared

1. Verb. (past of care) ¹

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Definition of Cared

1. care [v] - See also: care

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cared

cardstocks
cardtable
cardtables
cardueline
carduuses
cardy
care
care-giver
care-laden
care a hang
care delivery
care for
care of
care package
care packages
cared (current term)
cared-for
careen
careenage
careenages
careened
careener
careeners
careening
careens
career
career-limiting move
career-limiting moves
career break
career breaks

Literary usage of Cared

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1. Dictionary of National Biography by Leslie Stephen (1885)
"For music she cared so little, In person Queen Anne is described by Smollett (ii. 279) as 'of the middle sire, well proportioned. Her hair was of dark brown ..."

2. Population Profile of the U.S., 1997 by Andrea Curry, Karen Mills, Janice Valdisera (2000)
"The majority of preschoolers who were cared for by relatives were, in fact, cared for by either their grandparents or their fathers, each accounting for a ..."

3. Who's Minding the Kids: Child Care Arrangements Fall 1991 by Lynne M. Casper (1994)
"On the other hand, lone mothers' children were more likely to be cared for by their ... In contrast, the proportion of children cared for in organized ..."

4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The charge of foundlings so characteristic of St. Vincent and his sisters came to them through his finding out how miserably th├Ęse tiny waifs were cared for ..."

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