from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others: "We formed Generations United to argue for a caring society” ( Jack Ossofsky).
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- adj. Kind, sensitive, empathetic.
- v. Present participle of care.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others
- n. a loving feeling
When we hear the calling and our caring is awakened, we respond, and then we are able to find solutions.
The student, "Anne, a lovely, raven-haired woman in her mid-twenties," told Turkle point blank that she would "trade in her boyfriend 'for a sophisticated Japanese robot' if the robot would produce what she called 'caring behavior.'"
I do not know that I am especially quick at what you call caring for young ladies.
I've specialized in caring for gay people for over 25 years, both as a primary care physician and as a friend.
The problem is, this raw energy of love and caring is not being tapped to transform our system of public education because a vast majority of these urban public school parents are not yet empowered.
Politicians, including Hitler, thrive on being portrayed with smiling, happy children providing evidence that the future of the country is in caring, fatherly hands.
Hospitality: Becoming the family hostess will provide knowledge and practice in caring for others and extending her hands to those who would need a little lift.
The hard work and responsibility in caring for the trophy after the kill was an eye opener for him too.
Dr Barrette said that in caring for terminally ill people, “doctors are aware they can be charged with murder if they administer a ‘palliative sedative’ before a patient is on his or her last breath.”
Nor can she escape her ongoing responsibility to assist in caring for her mother.