uncared-for


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lacking needed care and attention

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It means her page looks like an uncared-for grave with weeds growing on it.
The park looks colourful with the pretty flowers, but the above gives it an uncared-for appearance.
5% wiped off their selling price if their neighbour has an uncared-for garden, and 3% if more than one person in the street is failing to maintain outside space.
5 per cent wiped off their selling price if their neighbour has an uncared-for garden, and three per cent if more than one person in the street is failing to maintain outside space.
Whether tossing seeds or dispersing an acre's worth of tomato transplants throughout uncared-for urban places, it doesn't take long before guerrilla gardeners bump up against one of the most critical elements of the whole enterprise and, not incidentally, the creative source of whatever transformative power it has: namely, that it's an activity that breaches a sacrosanct boundary, the line between public and private space.
Expecting nothing in return, you did your utmost to shield your children from feeling uncared-for.
Deep within in the very grain of your fiber, you absolutely, positively know your unfunded, unkempt, unloved, uncared-for program will change the face of the planet, ensure world peace, and preserve the American Way of Life.
Joel is the birth son of one of them, and he has a 10-year-old brother who came from an orphanage in Russia where he was virtually uncared-for the first six months of his life.
This aspiration is, however, just one strand in a painstaking reexamination and renewal of some ostensibly wayward or uncared-for shar ds of our common cultural detritus.
The "wild flower" area was just a posh way of describing an uncared-for mess.
Given that there are tens of thousands of unwanted and uncared-for children throughout our country, we believe it would be more appropriate for pro-life activists to take an interest in them.
and on until dunes of leaves are lodged in uncared-for sections.
Our local connectivity is via the ancient squeaky carriages of Northern Rail, or the slow coaches of the ironically named Trans-Pennine Express, ambling on its jerky way between our underfunded, under-resourced, uncared-for Northern cities.
Where would tourism be if the fields were empty, uncared-for and overgrown?
So many children, unwanted and uncared-for emotionally, with parents who are virtual strangers to them, are now addicted to drink, drugs, promiscuous sex, adrift in the world with no significant, nurturing adults to turn to, while governments are only too keen to give mothers cash to pay for childcare.