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Alternative clues for the word carer

Thoughtful soul

Person who gives a hoot

Mother Teresa, notably

Concerned one

Solicitous one

Word definitions for carer in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE formal ▪ Most formal carers want to allow old people to remain in their homes as long as possible. informal ▪ Improve contacts with informal carers to access services they need. ▪ Throughout the process any informal...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. someone who looks after another, either as a job or often through family responsibility.

Usage examples of carer.

Aztecs preserved in the Boturini collection, and published by Gamelli Careri and others, there is a record of their migrations from their original location through various parts of the North American continent until their arrival in Mexico.

Each day, while the carers were busy, she tested that these daft old hands could cope with that damned lid.

Someone hurried out to pull the wooden gates shut, and then carer locked them.

Near the main entrance, there were supplies, like numbweed pots and chests of dressings or other medications, chairs where carers could relax, a table for dining, like the ones that had been set out when half of Monaco had been staying here.

So Tai and Zaranth made their plans and waited until the subdued, quiet, but constant activity of the carers and healers went into nighttime mode.

And with their arrival, they would assume the role of Crechem: surrogate parent, carer, guide and teacher, always for more than their own biological offspring, never for greatly extended periods, each adult member of the Caravan contributing to a collective child nurturing.