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Carer - Mother teresa, notably

Word by letter:
  • Carer - Letter on C
  • 1 - st. word C
  • 2 - st. word A
  • 3 - st. word R
  • 4 - st. word E
  • 5 - st. word R

All questions by word:
Carer - Mother teresa, notably Carer - Person who gives a hoot Carer - One who gives a hoot Carer - Sympathetic one Carer - Home health aide Carer - Concerned person Carer - One who looks after sick or disabled person at home Carer - One who looks after sick or old person at home Carer - One looks after another Carer - Nurse's profession drops a point Carer - Nurse, for example, presenting vehicle to the queen Carer - One who is responsible for progress in profession lacking energy Carer - One tends to hurry pointlessly Carer - Attendant in nursing home Carer - One with responsibility for dependent person Carer - Person who attends to a dependent adult Carer - Sympathetic sort Carer - Nurse's vocation - no end of trouble Carer - One attending invalid Carer - Responsible person's occupation out east Carer - One tending to be short of energy in a rush Carer - Invalid's attendant Carer - One looking after invalid Carer - One looking after sick Carer - One who tends Carer - Nurse's job not needing all that energy Carer - Nurse getting about in vehicle Carer - Helper for infirm person Carer - One tending a person who needs assistance Carer - Breathe out Carer - One looking after an invalid Carer - You can't say one doesn't mind getting about in private transport Carer - Nurse has not enough energy for progress at work Carer - One taking responsibility for another Carer - Nurse about to get into vehicle Carer - He looks after the vehicle for her majesty Carer - In some panic, are running to the person who's responsible Carer - Welfare worker Carer - Person tending another - energy-draining occupation Carer - Racer (anag.) Carer - Attendant to rush with expenditure of energy Carer - One in nursing profession lacks energy Carer - Attendant about to get into vehicle Carer - Compassionate sort Carer - One tending an invalid Carer - Nurse or guardian Carer - Professional life, english disregarded, for a vocational role Carer - You can't say one doesn't mind anyone getting about in private transport Carer - 101 down provider Carer - Nurse in working life losing some energy Carer - Nurse, e.g Carer - Raising of a siege; financial assistance Carer - End of life wasted in calling for nurse Carer - Elderly assistant perhaps about to enter saloon? Carer - Drayman despatching the fourth tender Carer - Nurse, eg