careworn

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care·worn

 (kâr′wôrn′)
adj.
Showing the effects of worry, anxiety, or burdensome responsibility: the parent's careworn face.
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careworn

(ˈkɛəˌwɔːn)
adj
showing signs of care, stress, worry, etc
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care•worn

(ˈkɛərˌwɔrn, -ˌwoʊrn)

adj.
showing signs of care or worry; haggard.
[1820–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.careworn - showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or sufferingcareworn - showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering; "looking careworn as she bent over her mending"; "her face was drawn and haggard from sleeplessness"; "that raddled but still noble face"; "shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face"- Charles Dickens
tired - depleted of strength or energy; "tired mothers with crying babies"; "too tired to eat"
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careworn

adjective stressed, drawn, strained, anxious, distraught, haggard, overburdened, heavy-laden Their faces look old and careworn.
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careworn

adjective
Pale and exhausted, as because of worry or sleeplessness:
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Translations
مُضْنى بالهُموم
ustaraný
bedrøvetforgræmmet
raunamæddur

careworn

[ˈkɛəwɔːn] ADJ [person] → agobiado; [face, frown] → preocupado, lleno de ansiedad
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careworn

[ˈkɛəˌwɔːn] adjsciupato/a (dalle preoccupazioni)
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care

(keə) noun
1. close attention. Do it with care.
2. keeping; protection. Your belongings will be safe in my care.
3. (a cause for) worry. free from care; all the cares of the world.
4. treatment. medical care; skin care.
verb
1. to be anxious or concerned. Don't you care if you fail?; I couldn't care less (= It's of no importance to me); She really cares about her career.
2. to be willing (to). Would you care to have dinner with me?
ˈcareful adjective
1. taking care; being cautious. Be careful when you cross the street; a careful driver.
2. thorough. a careful search.
ˈcarefully adverb
ˈcarefulness noun
ˈcareless adjective
not careful (enough). This work is careless; a careless worker.
ˈcarelessly adverb
ˈcarelessness noun
ˈcarefree adjective
light-hearted. a carefree attitude.
care'giver noun
someone whose job is to look after a sick or disabled person.
ˈcaretaker noun
a person who looks after a building etc.
ˈcareworn adjective
worn out by worry. a careworn face.
ˈcare for
1. to look after (someone). The nurse will care for you.
2. to be fond of. I don't care for him enough to marry him.
care of (usually written c/o)
at the house or address of.
take care
to be cautious, watchful, thorough etc. Take care or you will fall!
take care of
to look after. Their aunt took care of them when their parents died.
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