Synonyms for Nurse:


attendant, bedside manner, certify, commit, cure, diagnose, doctor, examine, orderly, practical nurse, caseload. adopt, adopted, adoption, adoptive, au pair, care, caretaker, servant, adoption agency, babysit, care order. advance, assist, contribute, help, make for, mammy, promote, get past. baby talk, bond, burp, care for, change, colic, cot death, crib death, cultivate, bottle-feed, baby milk. burn, experience, feel, overflow, possess, tingle, give up to, walk away with, let yourself go. fight off, heal, recover, respond, revive, shake, strengthen, survive, pull through. choke down, chug, down, glug, gorge, gulp, guzzle, drink to, force down. lpn, matron, midwife, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, rn, sister, staff nurse. nurse (noun)
breastfeed, entertain, give suck, harbor, harbour, hold, nanny, nursemaid, suckle, Wet nurse.
person who tends to sick, cares for someone (noun)
attendant, caretaker, nurse practitioner, practical nurse, registered nurse, rn, Wet nurse.
registered nurse (noun)
nurse practitioner.


care for, tend (verb)
advance, cultivate, feed, harbor, nourish, nurture, promote.
feed (verb)
fatten, feed, nourish, nurture, suckle, sustain, wine and dine, breast-feed, cater to.
give milk, usually from breast (verb)
give suck, suckle, bottle-feed, breast-feed.

Other synonyms:

assist, contribute, heal, help, lpn, mammy, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, rn, servant, get past, give up to, staff nurse. caretaker, fight off, make for, matron, possess, survive, pull through. care for, experience, respond, tingle, walk away with. overflow, recover, revive. feel. cultivate, sister. strengthen. shake. advance. aide
practical nurse.
Wet nurse.
Other relevant words:
adopt, adopted, adoption, adoptive, advance, assist, attendant, au pair, bond, breastfeed, burn, burp, care, care for, caretaker, certify, change, chug, colic, commit, contribute, cultivate, cure, diagnose, doctor, down, entertain, examine, experience, feel, glug, gorge, gulp, guzzle, harbor, harbour, heal, help, hold, lpn, mammy, matron, midwife, nanny, nurse practitioner, nursemaid, orderly, overflow, possess, practical nurse, promote, recover, registered nurse, respond, revive, rn, servant, shake, sister, strengthen, survive, tingle, bottle-feed, breast-feed, caseload, babysit.

Usage examples for nurse

  1. " I think we must have a nurse for a few days. – Prudence of the Parsonage by Ethel Hueston
  2. Yet you told Nurse Branscome. – Brother Copas by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  3. " Sleeping quietly," said the nurse but please don't make any more noise than you can help." – The Gloved Hand by Burton E. Stevenson