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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsolicitudeso‧lic‧i‧tude /səˈlɪsɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun [uncountable]  formalSYMPATHIZE care and concern for someone’s health, safety etc She was grateful to him for his solicitude.
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solicitudeThe police, when they arrived, were models of efficiency and solicitude.He found her solicitude touching but Modigliani dismissed her, calling her a milksop.He wrote a longish letter on 23 May ending with the words: Again, I was touched by his solicitude.She was grateful to him for his solicitude and the tale came slowly out.Even though she did not need his help, his solicitude had thrilled her.He smiled again, that smile of solicitude and pain, and turned his eyes away.Their women were tensed forward on their seats, almost in a crouch of inquiry or solicitude.Perhaps I should have been firmer from the beginning and refused the solicitude of Narendra and his associates.
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