Pronunciation of Concern
/kənsˈɜːn/, /kənsˈɜːn/, /k_ə_n_s_ˈɜː_n/
Antonyms for concern:
Synonyms for concern:
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
care, concentration, attentiveness, engrossment, immersion, notice, absorption, alertness, diligence, entrancement, watchfulness, attention, caution, heedfulness, intentness, consideration, rapture, enrapture, scrutiny, regard, observation, regardfulness, mindfulness, fascination, interest.
consortium, exchange, career, management, proprietorship, corporation, specialty, occupation, livelihood, merchant, activity, barter, retailing, holding, position, selling, company, firm, service, affair, profession, trade, market, busy work, employment, calling, commission, business, establishment, job, partnership, labor, negotiation, situation, station, enterprise, assignment, venture, posting, commerce, practice, industry, vocation, transaction.
business, responsibility (noun)
business concern (noun)
business establishment (noun)
interest; anxiety (noun)
mental state (noun)
affect personally (verb)
relate to, have reference to (verb)
belong to, deal with, bear upon.
circumstance, uncertainty, keynote, doohickey, reek, high point, Insignificancy, purview, centerpiece, uninvolved, responsibility, paranoia, aloofness, fine print, scare story, nuance, go-getter, far-out, focal point, obligation, agenda, heebie-jeebies, nerve, treasure, first principles, agog, offender, linchpin, starter pack, sacred cow, commodity, jitters, onus, doodad, belong, live wire, the nitty-gritty, Underpinning, importance, remit, faction, bogey, foreboding, skeleton, consternation, starter kit, Inconsequentiality, prerequisite, unease, inconsequentialness, Thirsting, belong to, eager beaver, suspense, crisis of conscience, sphere, nub, the leading edge, need, ownership, the gist, risk, basics, psych out, accountability, anxiousness, nucleus, fundamentals, relate to, cark, interestedness, hat, qualms, byway, midlife crisis, niggle, necessary, passport, ail, sine qua non, discretion, trusteeship, Significancy, blame, affection, ultra, weigh on, the quick, athirst, widget, gung ho, disquietude, bugbear, raring, zealousness, loose cannon, bottom line, concerned, incubus, big deal, determinant, requisite, crowning glory, basis, meat, revolutionist, keystone, compulsion, bugaboo, fulcrum, gizmo, igg, daunt, province, foundation.
contrivance, enemy, cement, element, stew, gimmick, frighten, nervousness, esprit, aloof, crazy, craze, load, scare, zealot, fanatic, force, uninterested, ardor, jangle, operate, interested, demon, matter, provision, conflict, puzzle, pressure, supply, ardent, trust, fervor, unconcerned, apply, involved, fervent, thirsty, blanket, solicitous, key, kernel, detached, nuts, freak, enthusiasm, weightiness, automatic, staple, rabid, resource.
disinterested, fixation, brood, keen, fetish, strain, moment, outfit, impatient, consequence, bursting, fiend, stuff, enthusiast, avid, enthusiastic, stress, dwell, revolutionary, indifference, mechanical.
refer, bear upon.
desire to know
Other synonyms and related words:
weight, solicitude, trouble, heed, distress, concernment, disturb, lookout, bear upon, thing, affect, worry, regard, disquiet, anxiety, moment, relate to, bother, matter, consequence, house, touch, thoughtfulness, involve, importance, bear on, significance, agitate.
Usage examples for concern:
- The good fellow had all this time never mentioned the matter; and it was from growing concern about the minister that he now spoke of it to the curate. - "Paul Faber, Surgeon", George MacDonald.
- She looked at me fully, with no fear in her eyes, but with quick, intelligent concern. - "Montlivet", Alice Prescott Smith.
- He knew in his heart what it was; the interview could concern nothing but the letter that he had sent to Lady Alice that day. - "Men of Iron", Ernie Howard Pyle.