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And there are those who still have misgivings about exactly what “Christian rap” means.

Did you have misgivings about showing the clips from two brutal executions of other women?

Sacks discusses this surreal experience with great humor, but he makes no bones about his misgivings.

But here was a mother who “knew,” but had residual misgivings, and problems and frailties of her own.

I told my editor that I had initially shared his misgivings.

"I think you make too sure," Marius replied, and dissembled his misgivings in a short laugh.

She had many misgivings in her mind about these Barfords, and what sort of reception she was likely to receive from them.

Since she had entered the room she had also come to the conclusion that it was her duty to confide her misgivings to her mother.

But valiant as their denial, the Chesters watched the surveyors depart with sore misgivings.

The trip back might be difficult, but holding tight to his wife's hand he felt no misgivings, no fear.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to misgivings, such as: anxiety, hesitation, apprehension, foreboding, mistrust, and unease.

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