When a man or woman loves to brood over a sorrow and takes care
to keep it green in their memory, you may be sure it is no longer a pain to them.
"But you'll go away soon, and go to school, Maggie," said Philip, "and then you'll forget all about me, and not care
for me any more.
'Don't mind me,' returned James; 'but take care
when his wife is by, you know.'
'Madam, I do not question you do your part honestly, but what those people do afterwards is the main question'; and she stopped my mouth again with saying that she took the utmost care
Bingley, and takes a prodigious deal of care
"O yes; they'll take one always, because few care
Philip did not care
that if she yielded to his desires it would only be the unwilling price she paid for the gratification of her wish.
I believe I care
for you more genuinely than nine men out of ten care
for the women they're in love with.
The dusk gradually deepened and the shades of evening closed in, but Mimi did not seem to notice or to care
. She sat on the floor with her arms round the body of the girl whom she loved.
"Do you care
whether my wound is troubling me or not?" he asked.
We knew them both; it was the fairy of Care
, and the emissary of Fortune.
And then I thought he adored me, and would let me have my own way: he did pretend to do so at first, but now he does not care
a bit about me.