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Published: 5 May, Caring adjective Kind, sensitive, empathetic. Nurturing verb present participle of nurture. Caring adjective displaying kindness and concern for others "a caring and invaluable friend" Caring noun the work or practice of looking after those unable to care for Caring and nurturing, especially on of age or illness "the caring professions" Oxford Dictionary.
Caring noun a loving feeling Caring adjective showing a care; "a caring mother" Caring adjective having or displaying warmth or affection; "affectionate children" "caring parents" "a fond embrace" "fond of his nephew" "a tender glance" "a warm embrace" Caring adjective feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others; "caring friends" Princeton's WordNet. Popular Comparisons. Adress vs. Comming vs. Label vs. Speech vs. Genius vs. Chief vs. Neice vs. Teat vs. Beeing vs. Buisness vs. Amature vs. Preferred vs. Omage vs. Beggar vs.
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