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worried

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Among the less worried group, 75 percent plan to vote on Election Day.

One ostensible solution is to give him the ball and let him operate with space, but the Thunder and Lakers have so far been more worried about giving up an open three than letting Westbrook go one-on-one.

They do say it’ll ship on November 13th with an MSRP of $50… but beyond that, if you’re worried about getting one of these, you’ll want to keep an eye out for more details.

The move seems like a straightforward win for privacy, but some developers and advertisers have been pretty worried — Facebook, for example, predicted that this could render its Audience Network ad network completely ineffective.

Daniels wrote that she was worried about being made a scapegoat.

In fact, experts in airport security have long worried about this weakness.

Why a 26-year-old with no ties to the 2012 GOP nominee and no campaign experience has them worried.

Before the Maidan revolution, Russian political refugees living in Kiev were worried about their safety.

When Lewis was shipped off to Vietnam, his son was just three months old, and the timing of the assignment worried Lewis.

U.S. spies are worried the long-awaited Senate review will paint targets on their backs.

And if he was worried about Farmer Green's cat, why didn't he dig a hole for himself at once, and get out of harm's way?

This fact worried him considerably, and made him persist in his own mind that the company would accept it.

He is well nourished, but seems to have been worried into a system of small deceptions which the woman magnifies into deadly sins.

Of course there were scores of others after the same charge, but with his old influence he need not have worried.

They mostly wore the placid expression of folks engaged in business affairs instead of the worried look of pleasure-seekers.

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On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worried, such as: bothered, clutched, concerned, distracted, distressed, and disturbed.

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

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