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Answer for the clue "Heedfulness", 4 letters:
Alternative clues for the word care
Relief provider since 1945
Kind of package
Give a hoot
Give a darn
Today it's managed
Org. helping people in need
Quip, part 3
Shirt tag info
The "C" in T.L.C.
"See if I ___!"
Attention to detail
One adept with a deck
Give a damn
Give a rip
Activity involved in maintaining something in good working order
Attention and management implying responsibility for safety
Judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger
An anxious feeling
A cause for feeling concern
"I Should ___," 1944 song
Part of T.L.C.
Kind of package for the poor
Intl. relief org.
Overseas package for the needy
It may be managed or extended
Pains, in a sense
Tender loving ___
"If I Didn't ___," 1939 song
"Handle with ___"
"I Should ___," 1944 hit song
Worldwide relief org.
Give a hang
Kind of worn or free
Word definitions for care in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES antenatal care ▪ regular antenatal care care home Care in the Community care label care package care worker community care (= care for the sick, the old etc in their community rather than in hospital ) ▪ Several voluntary...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Care \Care\ (k[^a]r), n. [AS. caru, cearu; akin to OS. kara sorrow, Goth. kara, OHG chara, lament, and perh. to Gr. gh^rys voice. Not akin to cure. Cf. Chary .] A burdensome sense of responsibility; trouble caused by onerous duties; anxiety; concern; solicitude....
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 (context obsolete English) grief, sorrow. 2 Close attention; concern; responsibility. 3 worry. 4 maintenance, upkeep. 5 The treatment of those in need (especially as a profession). Etymology 2 vb. (label en intransitive) To be concerned...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English caru , cearu "sorrow, anxiety, grief," also "burdens of mind; serious mental attention," from Proto-Germanic *karo (cognates: Old Saxon kara "sorrow;" Old High German chara "wail, lament;" Gothic kara "sorrow, trouble, care;" German Karfreitag...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention" [syn: attention , aid , tending ] judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger; "he exercised caution in opening the door";...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Care may refer to:
Usage examples of care.
Notary take care to set it down that the said abjuration was made by one gravely suspected of heresy, so that if she should be proved to have relapsed, she should then be judged accordingly and delivered up to the secular Court.
The gap between what was human, with this smart, caring woman, and what was inhuman, with the gomers and the abusers, became too much.
The sisters were busy with their toddlers doing that Yuppie shuffle of day care for the abysmally affluent.
I highly recommend codeine and acetaminophen for putting your cares behind you.
Ravensbund as he ruled the rest of Achar, but as far as the Ravensbundmen knew or cared, the Achar King had as much control over them as he did over the Forbidden.
Malipiero would often inquire from me what advantages were accruing to me from the welcome I received at the hands of the respectable ladies I had become acquainted with at his house, taking care to tell me, before I could have time to answer, that they were all endowed with the greatest virtue, and that I would give everybody a bad opinion of myself, if I ever breathed one word of disparagement to the high reputation they all enjoyed.
Distracted with the care, not of acquiring, but of preserving an empire, oppressed with age and infirmities, careless of fame, and satiated with power, all his prospects of life were closed.
Both he and the actress concluded that Branicki had had a quarrel with her rival, and though she did not much care to place him in the number of her adorers, she yet gave him a good reception, for she knew it would be dangerous to despise his suit openly.
And who cared about werewolves infecting the unwary so long as you could get a good manicure or acupuncture treatment?
There are cases where it is advisable, in states too poor or niggardly to care adequately for their defectives and delinquents, but eugenists should favor segregation as the main policy, with sterilization for the special cases as previously indicated.
The translations have all been made with care, but for the sake of younger pupils simplified and modernized as much as close adherence to the sense would permit.
Abu Obeidah admonished his brethren not to despise the baser origin of Dames, since he himself, could he relinquish the public care, would cheerfully serve under the banner of the slave.
Parents who are sensitive to this unstated plea and who, through acts of love, concern, restraint, and respect, demonstrate repeatedly It Is You We Care About will find the years of adolescence can produce rewards and surprises far beyond their expectations.
Though Catholic adoption services took considerable care in the placement of children, they were not pointlessly slow and obstructive, as were public agencies, especially when the would-be adopters were solid members of the community like Hatch and Lindsey, and when the adoptee was a disabled child with no option except continued institutionalization.
I wished them a good night, and as soon as I was in bed the god of dreams took me under his care, and made me pass the night with the adorable Mdlle.