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

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He was more worried at present about Melton than anything else.

But, the more Joe thought of it, as he trudged along, the more worried he became.

Trask was more worried than he liked to admit, even to himself.

Dicky seemed to be more worried about the ball than about the woodshed, for he whined.

He was not only unhappy, but he grew more and more worried about Ruth.

The longer he observed their conduct, the more worried he became.

The more he wondered about their strange disappearance, the more worried he became.

Unquestionably she was worried about Barbara and Ellis, more worried than he was.

Guess Mr. Collinger is more worried about his mapsif they got them.

But by the time the dark days of November set in, we were more worried about her than ever.