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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of care.

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Examples

  • Simak made you care for Jenkins at a time when Asimov was creating scores of robots that only Susan Calvin cared about.

    MIND MELD: What Are The Coolest Robots in Science Fiction?

  • Simak made you care for Jenkins at a time when Asimov was creating scores of robots that only Susan Calvin cared about.

    April 2010

  • Whether they would have cared is another question, of course …

    Greentech hurts poor people, pollutes land. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Never heard a person yet from Arizona, saying that they thought John McCain cared about their state.

    Huckabee compares Nelson to Judas

  • Then again, when was the last time someone with an R next to their name cared about the constitution?

    Think Progress » Rep. Peter King (R-NY) proposes ethnic and religious profiling.

  • My current and past record labels cared, and the press reported it as though it were some big announcement.

    Broken on the Back Row

  • My current and past record labels cared, and the press reported it as though it were some big announcement.

    Broken on the Back Row

  • The writing in those reviews varies from excellent to "annoyingly dashed-off and snarky," and you can tell whether or not I cared, which is a huge no-no in the work of any critic.

    nyfuckingcity

  • The writing in those reviews varies from excellent to "annoyingly dashed-off and snarky," and you can tell whether or not I cared, which is a huge no-no in the work of any critic.

    three thumbs up

  • She found herself very lonely seated in state in the drawing-room, where, as there was no longer a daughter-in-law to go and come, she learned little or nothing of what was doing about the place, and where few that called cared to seek her out, for she had never been a favourite with the humbler neighbours.

    Warlock o' Glenwarlock

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