concern


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concern

(Business establishment), noun business, company, corporation, establishment, firm, house, organization
Associated concepts: partnership, proprietorship

concern

(Interest), noun anxiety, attention, care, consequence, consideration, disquietude, regard, solicitude, sollicitudo, uneasiness, worry

concern

(Care), verb administer to, attend, attend to, be mindful, be vigilant, be watchful, check, consider, curare, devote oneself to, direct the attention to, examine intently, foster, give attention, give one's attention, keep, look after, mind, minister to, pay attention to, regard, safeguard, take care of, take into consideration, take note of, tend, watch

concern

(Involve), verb absorb, affect, appertain to, apply, attinere, be a factor, be applicable to, be interdeeendent with, be involved, be one of, be pertinent to, be related to, be relevant, deal with, embody, embrace, entail, have a bearing on, have a connection, have a reference, have a relation, have interrelationship with, immerse, influence, interest, pertain to, pertinere, refer to, relate to, respect, stand in relation, versari in re
Associated concepts: concerned in interest, concerning a matter of law, general state concern, local concern
See also: affair, affinity, agitate, appertain, apply, apprehension, business, calling, care, caution, charge, company, consideration, corporation, custody, devote, diligence, discretion, enterprise, fear, firm, house, importance, institute, interest, magnitude, market, matter, misgiving, mission, object, occupation, part, pertain, perturb, position, profession, prudence, pursuit, purview, qualm, refer, regard, relate, relevance, remorse, role, scruple, significance, store, subject, trade, undertaking
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The person it appeared least to concern proved to be, till dinner, little Miles himself.
How now in the contemplative evening of his days, the pious Bildad reconciled these things in the reminiscence, I do not know; but it did not seem to concern him much, and very probably he had long since come to the sage and sensible conclusion that a man's religion is one thing, and this practical world quite another.
However, the government does not concern me much, and I shall bestow the fewest possible thoughts on it.
That, it meseemeth, might well be," said the abbot, who saw his opportunity to smooth things and avert disaster, "for it were not likely that so wonderful a gift as this would be conferred for the revelation of the concerns of lesser beings than such as be born near to the summits of greatness.
The price of the paper was two dollars a year, but he took in three subscriptions for half a dollar apiece on con- dition of them paying him in advance; they were going to pay in cordwood and onions as usual, but he said he had just bought the concern and knocked down the price as low as he could afford it, and was going to run it for cash.
of formidable caliber--however, with him we have no concern.
There is no telling what might have happened, now, but luckily the concern passed out of Aunt Polly's face and she came to Tom's relief without knowing it.
Simpson was seldom at home, and even when she was, had little concern as to what happened on the premises.
It was a concern which brought just employment enough.
How she should begin--how she should express herself in her note to Edward, was now all her concern.
After the common salutations were over, observing his lordship's countenance full of concern, and inquiring into the reason, he desired "I would hear him with patience, in a matter that highly concerned my honour and my life.
1st, to all those which arise out of the laws of the United States, passed in pursuance of their just and constitutional powers of legislation; 2d, to all those which concern the execution of the provisions expressly contained in the articles of Union; 3d, to all those in which the United States are a party; 4th, to all those which involve the PEACE of the CONFEDERACY, whether they relate to the intercourse between the United States and foreign nations, or to that between the States themselves; 5th, to all those which originate on the high seas, and are of admiralty or maritime jurisdiction; and, lastly, to all those in which the State tribunals cannot be supposed to be impartial and unbiased.