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Definition of "cared" []

  • To be troubled or concerned; be affected emotionally (verb)
  • To have regard, affection, or consideration (for) (verb)
  • To have a desire or taste (for) (verb)
  • To provide physical needs, help, or comfort (for) (verb)
  • To agree or like (to do something) (verb)
  • Careful or serious attention (noun)
  • Protective or supervisory control (noun)
  • Trouble; anxiety; worry (noun)
  • An object of or cause for concern (noun)
  • Caution (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of care. (verb)

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Use "cared" in a sentence
  • "Never heard a person yet from Arizona, saying that they thought John McCain cared about their state."
  • "Simak made you care for Jenkins at a time when Asimov was creating scores of robots that only Susan Calvin cared about."
  • "Whether they would have cared is another question, of course …"