Definition of Cared-for
1. Adjective. Having needed care and attention. "Well-cared-for children"
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Literary usage of Cared-for
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Who's Minding the Kids: Child Care Arrangements Fall 1991 by Lynne M. Casper (1994)
"They were also more likely to be cared for by other relatives (11.6 percent ... In contrast, the proportion of children cared for in organized facilities ..."
2. Population Profile of the U.S., 1997 by Andrea Curry, Karen Mills, Janice Valdisera (2000)
"The majority of preschoolers who were cared for by relatives were, in fact, cared for by either their grandparents or their fathers, each accounting for a ..."
3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The charge of foundlings so characteristic of St. Vincent and his sisters came to them through his finding out how miserably thèse tiny waifs were cared for ..."
4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"Why do we fear the conquered world that have the conqueror himself on our side ? ' " 4. " As Melancthon said well — If I cared for nothing, I would pray for ..."
5. Biennial report by Minnesota Tax Commission, Washington (State). Board of State Land Commissioners, Washington (State), Board of State Land Commissioners (1910)
"Articles on Taxation, how Cared for and Indexed There is a great amount of material coming into the library all of the time. For economy of space and for ..."