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Carefree

keyword: Care
Devil May Care Attitude »
(one acts like one does not care what others think...)


Devil May Care Manner »
(a way of acting that shows others that one does not care...)


Do Not Have A Care In The World »
(carefree; without problems; acting like nothing bothers one...)


For All I Care »
(i do not care whether you do that or not...)


Take Care Of Someone Or Something »
(handle that matter; help and care for that person...)


Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder »
(the time spent apart makes you care for a person even more...)


Fat And Happy »
(comfortable, lazy and well fed; taken care of...)


Fend For Oneself »
(fight to protect oneself and take care of one's own needs...)


Getting Burned Out »
(becoming so exhausted that you don't care anymore...)


Handle Someone With Kid Gloves »
(be careful with that person; take care not to hurt one's feelings...)


Share Someone's Pain »
(feel care and understanding for another person who is in pain...)


Stand On One's Own Two Feet »
(independent; able to take care of oneself...)




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