concern

116 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[kənsˈɜːn], [kənsˈɜːn], [k_ə_n_s_ˈɜː_n]
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Synonyms for Concern:

attention (noun)

absorption, alertness, attention, attentiveness, care, caution, concentration, consideration, diligence, engrossment, enrapture, entrancement, fascination, heedfulness, immersion, intentness, interest, mindfulness, notice, observation, rapture, regardfulness, scrutiny, watchfulness.

business (noun)

activity, affair, assignment, barter, business, busy work, calling, career, commerce, commission, company, consortium, corporation, employment, enterprise, establishment, exchange, firm, holding, industry, job, labor, livelihood, management, market, merchant, negotiation, occupation, partnership, position, posting, practice, profession, proprietorship, retailing, selling, service, situation, specialty, station, trade, transaction, venture, vocation.

Other synonyms and related words:

affect, affect the interest, agitate, anxiety, anxious concern, apply to, bear on, bear upon, bearing, bother, concernment, connection, consequence, considerateness, delicacy, disquiet, distress, disturb, doing, heed, house, import, importance, institution, involve, lookout, mark, materiality, matter, moment, note, proceeding, refer to, reference, regard, relate to, respect, salience, significance, solicitousness, solicitude, thing, thought, thoughtfulness, touch, trouble, weight, worry.

Rhymes for Concern:

  1. verne, stern, berne, spurn, erne, yearn, burn, bern, turn, sterne, learn, earn, kern, urn, fern, churn;
  2. return, adjourn, sauterne, upturn, discern;
  3. unconcern;

Quotes for Concern:

  1. There are few better measures of the concern a society has for its individual members and its own well being than the way it handles criminals. Ramsey Clark.
  2. My concern has always been that people who I portray, or the professions that I portray, are not embarrassed by my portrayal of them. George Dzundza.
  3. There was concern whether SCI FI would want the show back with all the recent changes. But now, the changes have made it feel fresh, like starting over. Michael Shanks.

Idioms of Concern:

  1. concern sm with sm or sth;
  2. concern oneself about sm or sth;
  3. to whom it may concern