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“I am going to place my trust in Representative Haaland and her team, despite some very real misgivings,” she said.

Six months into the pandemic, when the travel itch became unbearable, I quelled my misgivings and took a 17-day trout-fishing trip to Montana and Wyoming.

The mission won’t launch unless everyone involved is confident it’s safe, but even minor misgivings or logistical hiccups will result in delay.

In contrast, only about a fifth of respondents had similar misgivings about Google as a source of news.

From Quartz

It appears that Facebook has sustained little impact from the boycott and that many of the brands that fled will resume campaigns in August despite misgivings about the platform.

But that was just my own personal misgiving, a fear I had to overcome.

Therefore, I smoked my cigarette without misgiving, and kept close watch for bobbing black dots against the far-flung green.

She was quite unaware of it, but she entertained toward the Simpsons an attitude of misgiving in this regard.

She ran in haste to summon Hepsy and the nurse, her heart misgiving her that this was not the end of the calamity.

Almost before he had ceased speaking, Oak was seized with a misgiving as to whose ear was the recipient of his answer.

The man who was now acting as sentinel was a past master at the art, and there need be no misgiving while he was on duty.

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to misgiving, such as: anxiety, apprehension, distrust, doubt, foreboding, and hesitation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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