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  1. Cared

    of Care

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  1. acred, arced, cadre, Cedar, cedar, e-card, ecard, raced

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cared in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cared in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of cared in a Sentence

  1. Rachael Kirkconnell:

    I've loved people and I've cared for people but I don't think I've ever been truly in love with someone to where I can see my future with him, this probably sounds crazy but I just feel like he is the other half of me that I've needed.

  2. Jonas Gregorio de Souza:

    The Amazon is crucial to regulating the Earth’s climate, and knowing more about its history will help everyone make informed decisions about how it should be cared for in the future.

  3. Ken Starr:

    President Clinton genuine empathy for human beings is absolutely clear, it is powerful, it is palpable and the folks of Arkansas really understood that about President Clinton — that President Clinton genuinely cared. The ‘ I feel your pain ’ is absolutely genuine.

  4. Charles Bone:

    We were very, very appreciative of the fact that such an incredible number of celebrities would join our plea, she was thrilled by the fact that people really cared.

  5. Steve Pennaz:

    He felt there was a need for a law for people with disabilities to embrace hunting, he cared about it because I cared about it.

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    fortification consisting of a low wall
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