Word of the Hour (12 AM)

care
ke(ə)r
noun
noun: care
  1. the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something.
    “the care of the elderly”
  2. serious attention or consideration applied to doing something correctly or to avoid damage or risk.
    “he planned his departure with great care”
    • an object of concern or attention.
      plural noun: cares
      “the cares of family life”
    • a feeling of or occasion for anxiety.
      “she was driving along without a care in the world”
verb
verb: care
  1. feel concern or interest; attach importance to something.
    “they don’t care about human life”
    • feel affection or liking.
      “you care very deeply for him”
    • like or be willing to do or have something.
      “would you care for some tea?”
  2. look after and provide for the needs of.
    “he has numerous animals to care for”

Mix all those definitions together and there you have it. Even though it still makes no sense whatsoever. I just like the word, okay?

I care. I care so much.

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