The most moving material in Bomb feels like a rehash: care-taking the father, painfully recalling his suicidal, addict mother.
Mature in thought and care-taking beyond her years, she was still fond of out-door sports and merry times.
Barbara was silent, and felt the shy, care-taking glance of her maid.
She ignored the care-taking phrase as if she had not heard it.
One of the best features of agricultural life consists in the great amount of care-taking which it imposes upon its followers.
Lindora did not count the interest on the purchase-money, or the taxes, or the repairs, or the winter care-taking.
He ate of Mother Allen's chicken-broth and of toast from Mattie's care-taking hand, and gradually assumed color and heart.
With a woman's care-taking instinct, she began to gather together the dishes on the table and prepare them for washing.
A care-taking hand caused order and refinement to reign everywhere.
Sudden and brilliant ideas came more seldom to Miss Bibby than to the children she was “care-taking.”