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Things nurses often describes (“nurses ________”)
training, aide, association, station, time, aid, practice, desk, care, home, report, laugh, role, knee, work, access, encounter, information, responsibility, uniform, function, study, share, patients, hand, knowledge, father, program, point, experience, troop, voice, comment, ability, baby, struggle, talk, confidence, resident, permission, husband, insight, need, kind, guide, control, sake, labor, sun, record, authority, stroke, assistant, scale, practise, direction, attention, suffering, graduate, sage, reply, attendant, enmity, cost, female, autonomy, author, health, volume, squall

Descriptive words:
registered, many, trained, public, professional, practical, wet, psychiatric, male, most, female, more, american, black, mental, private, advanced, individual, experienced, graduate, critical, primary, clinical, senior, time, licensed, occupational, pediatric, prepared, skilled, competent, enough, parish, older, dental, expert, surgical, qualified, assistant, vocational, rural, forensic, gerontological, african, intensive, younger, duty, auxiliary, sick, perioperative, fewer, canadian, australian, colored, junior, health, pretty, neonatal, untrained, head, care, enrolled, civilian

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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Book See nurses used in context: 26 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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