(archaic) Simple past tense and past participle of concern.
Concern-d Sentence Examples
Another clause determined that in a division in the Reichstag on any law which did not concern the whole empire, the representatives of those states which were not concerned should not vote.
Thus in Australia the initiation ceremonies, concerned as they partly are with marriage, always an affair between the kin-groups, are tribal, whilst the totemic rites are the prime concern of the members of the totem clans.
Why concern ourselves so much about our beans for seed, and not be concerned at all about a new generation of men?
It is natural for parents to be concerned when a baby cries, and their concern only heightens if it seems they can do nothing to stop the crying.
It may seem like a big concern now, but on the day of your wedding, the last thing you should be concerned about it your hair.