solicitous

[ suh-lis-i-tuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF solicitous
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I was not solicitous to vindicate him when I was not joined in their reflection.

Your reputation could not suffer: that it was beneath you to be solicitous about.

Smith was coming on the deck under the solicitous escort of a surgeon.

You are solicitous of the good-will of the meanest person, uneasy at his ill-will.

But now the voice broke in again, apologetic, solicitous, self-seeking.

Again, we only ask for things about which we are solicitous.

The Arab, while apparently as solicitous as ever, was changed.

What business was it of his, anyway, and why was he so solicitous as to where he went?

Not the least solicitous of these were “the Little Twin Brethren.”

Be solicitous to allow their full weight to the arguments of your antagonist.

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