care (n.)
sorrow, grief, trouble
Cym IV.ii.205[Belarius to Arviragus and Guiderius, of melancholy] to show what coast thy sluggish care / Might'st easil'est harbour in [debated reading]
Cym IV.ii.297[Innogen alone, of the body of Cloten] These flowers are like the pleasures of the world; / This bloody man, the care on't
R2 IV.i.193[Bolingbroke to Richard] Part of your cares you give me with your crown [Richard] Your cares set up do not pluck my cares down.
R2 IV.i.195[Richard to Bolingbroke] My care is loss of care by old care done [i.e. my grief is loss of responsibility through my former lack of diligence]
Tim IV.iii.206[Apemantus to Timon] Why ... these looks of care?
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