Pronunciation of Nurse
/nˈɜːs/, /nˈɜːs/, /n_ˈɜː_s/
Antonyms for nurse:
Synonyms for nurse:
get through, get behind, servant, staff nurse, wallow, reach out to, convalescent, mammy, assist, abet, see through, tend, guide, lpn, lend, help, second wind, buoy, rn, give up to, revivify, help out, carry through, convalescence, ally, spoon-feed, contribute, recuperate, straighten out, heal up, nurse practitioner, bubble over, recuperative, convalesce, succor, heal, heal over, benefit, rally around, pull round, placebo effect, get past, aid, pass on, put out, bail out, render, give of, registered nurse, serve, prop up, pilot.
get off, possess, matron, rejuvenate, brim over, knit, survive, fall apart, work up, sweep away, pull through, unblock, caretaker, mend, companion, guardian, the all clear, revitalize, fight off, make for.
strengthen, swell, find.
Other synonyms and related words:
declare, contain, cherish, sister, flirt with, indulge, think of, treasure, throw, confine, harbour, recover, contribute, arrest, have got, soak up, hold, experience, control, protect, lpn, ease, harbor, cheer, aid, mammy, mollycoddle, admit, nurse practitioner, make, nursemaid, take hold, maintain, coddle, caretaker, render, registered nurse, withstand, further, swell, view as, healing, overflow, matron, convalescence, break, carry, heal, assist, feel, keep back, check, she-goat, reserve, forward, prickle, survive, attendant, retain, concord, book, cosset, recovery, practical nurse, hold up, breastfeed, promote, hold in, take, dandle, guard, give, tend, muster, go for, possess, take for, hold back, respond, pamper, deem, strengthen, comfort, help, nanny, abet, sitter, spoon-feed, think about, revive, draw, guardian, convalescent, oblige, cling to, absorb, cultivate, imbibe, fellate, grow, encourage, recuperative, shelter, bind, curb, advance, breast-feed, restrain, defy, nanny-goat, accommodate, support, tingle, care for, value, succor, clear, tone, moderate, baby, rn, have, prevail, entertain, companion, obligate, agree, incubate, serve, shield, blow, obtain, apply, foster, concur, ally, rejuvenate, servant, find, bear, defend, adjudge, bring up, sop up, shake, toy with, keep.
Sense 1 (noun)
attendant, practical nurse.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
care for, cultivate.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
person who tends to sick, cares for someone (noun)
registered nurse (noun)
care for, tend (verb)
give milk, usually from breast (verb)
Usage examples for nurse:
- The nurse had been with them at night for the past week, as she lived a great distance away. - "The Awakening and Selected Short Stories", Kate Chopin.
- Atkinson was seriously alarmed, and had two more sick men to nurse back to strength. - "South with Scott", Edward R. G. R. Evans.
- The nurse came in just then, and Mrs. Flippin went away. - "The Trumpeter Swan", Temple Bailey.