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nurses, plural;
  1. Give medical and other attention to (a sick person)
    • - she nursed the girl through a dangerous illness
  2. Care for the sick and infirm, esp. as a profession
    • - she nursed at the hospital for thirty years
  3. Try to cure or alleviate (an injury, injured part, or illness) by treating it carefully and protectively
    • - he has been nursing a cold
    • - he nursed his hurt pride
  4. Hold closely and carefully or caressingly
    • - he nursed his small case on his lap
  5. Hold (a cup or glass) in one's hands, drinking from it occasionally
    • - I nursed a double brandy
  6. Harbor (a belief or feeling), esp. for a long time
    • - I still nurse anger and resentment
  7. Take special care of, esp. to promote development or well-being
    • - our political unity needs to be protected and nursed
  8. Try to play strokes that keep (the balls) close together

  9. Feed (a baby) at the breast
    • - lionesses who were nursing their own cubs
    • - nursing mothers
  10. Be fed at the breast
    • - the baby snuffled as he nursed
  11. Be brought up in (a specified condition)
    • - he was nursed in the lap of plenty
Noun
  1. A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, esp. in a hospital

  2. A person employed or trained to take charge of young children
    • - her mother's old nurse
  3. A wet nurse

  4. A tree or crop planted as a shelter to others

  5. A worker bee, ant, or other social insect, caring for a young brood


  1. one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
  2. try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
  3. harbor: maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
  4. nanny: a woman who is the custodian of children
  5. serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
  6. treat carefully; "He nursed his injured back by lying in bed several hours every afternoon"; "He nursed the flowers in his garden and fertilized them regularly"
  7. A nurse is a healthcare professional who, in collaboration with other members of a health care team, is responsible for: treatment, safety, and recovery of acutely or chronically ill individuals; health promotion and maintenance within families, communities and populations; and, treatment of ...
  8. Nurse was the first major label album released by the band Therapy?. It was released on November 2, 1992 on A&M Records. The album was mainly recorded at Loco Studio in Caerleon, Wales, apart from "Gone" which was recorded in Annamoe, Ireland. ...
  9. Nurse is a rock band, originally coming together in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2004. The band formed when the remnants of the defunct progressive rock band Sonorus asked the singer of the dissolving rock band Seraphim to sing for them. They released their first album Walking Past in 2004.
  10. The Nurse is a major character in William Shakespeare's classic drama Romeo and Juliet. It is revealed later in the play by Lord Capulet that the Nurse's real name is Angelica. She is the personal servant, guardian (and former nurse) of Juliet Capulet, and has been since Juliet was born. ...
  11. The survival-horror video game series Silent Hill features a large cast of characters created by Konami's Team Silent.
  12. The Nurse is a 1912 film starring Mary Miles Minter.
  13. A wet-nurse; A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young; A person trained to provide care for the sick; to breast feed; to care for the sick; to treat kindly and with extra care; to drink slowly
  14. (Nurses) U.B.A. Training Class--Butterworth Training Class--St. Mary’s Training Class. Central Directory for Nurses, 161 LaGrave St.
  15. (Nursing) To play conservatively because one is losing and only has a few chips left.
  16. (Nursing) Continuing Education
  17. (Nursing) Initial Registration Course (Overseas Nurses) IRCON1A
  18. (Nursing) Playing with a small amount of chips, very conservative.
  19. (Nursing) Registered Nurses provide nursing care including counseling, physical assessments and administration of prescribed treatments such as drug therapy, parenteral feeding, blood drawings for lab work, and diagnostic testing.
  20. (Nursing) This is also called breastfeeding.
  21. (Nursing) University of Goettingen University of Manchester Mathematical biology Cadillac Cesarean Section Coldfusion Programming Perl Programming Military Strategy University of Basel Intelligence Voip College Humor Child Care Ikebana Italian Recipes Unidentified flying object Architecture ...
  22. (Nursing) assistant: A qualified person who provides medical care at home.
  23. (nursing) Breast feeding; lactation or the function of secreting milk.
  24. A person who wakes u up to give you sleeping pills.
  25. A nurse is a person who has completed a programme of basic nursing education and is qualified and authorised in his/her country to practise nursing in all settings. ...