anxiousness

[ angk-shuhs, ang- ]SEE DEFINITION OF anxiousness

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One day he was seized with anxiousness for his soul's future.

But his father's anxiousness would be greater than his own could be.

And the anxiousness of the combat and the battle came upon him.

By another spring the aching and anxiousness were a little dulled, for habit blunts even the keen edge of mortal pain.

Was it to speak of his anxiousness as to the state of her father's health that he had led her there, and that he held her hand?

And the anxiousness of her spirits directed her eyes towards his figure so repeatedly, as to catch Miss Tilney's notice.

My heart throbbed violently, less with the hopes of triumph than with the anxiousness of duplicity, and the dread of detection.

Certain elder members of his congregation had privately discussed questions of doctrine with anxiousness.

Each of the three faces was pale enough; but Pamela had the trouble of these two, as well as her own anxiousness in her eyes.

To be happy is a cause of anxiousness to me; he said, I would like to live long in this house.

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