[ US /ˈkɛɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /kˈeəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /kˈeəɹɪŋ/ ]
feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others
- a loving feeling
How To Use caring In A Sentence
- Physical touch, affection, and the messiness of caring for an uncoordinated person did not come easily.
- At least 63% report problems in their marriages as spouses resent them caring for their parents. Times, Sunday Times
- In between the 9th (1987) and 10th (1993) editions, the M-W lexicographers discovered that the people who had imported the bird into the western US called it simply "chukar," not "chukar partridge," and furthermore pronounced it in a completely anglicized form, not knowing or caring that that made it a homophone of some polo term. Languagehat.com: CHUKAR.
- As a junior nurse it is important that you receive extra instruction and practice under supervision before caring for these patients.
- They always provided the best of opportunities for their children as well as caring for their extended whanau and the Temuka community.
- The intent was to redirect some of the hunters' energy from shooting game to caring for it, thereby preserving enough game to satisfy increasing numbers of hunters.
- With one quick glance he can tell when you're at the end of your rope but with his gentle smile and soft caring words he can always help restore your hope.
- Caring for livestock or tending the land seems an idyllic lifestyle.
- As a modern parent, I know that it's not how much you give children those counts, it's the love and attention you shower on them.A caring attitude can not only save you a small fortune, but also even make you feel good about being tight-fisted and offering more care than presents.
- Caring about the consequences of events of which you disapproved does not imply support for those events.