worriment[ wur-ee-muh nt, wuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF worriment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORRIMENT
"I'll have no sec worriment in my house," shouted the old man in a broken voice.
In the camp, Stallings and the others had begun to show their worriment.
The mind of Bucholz was in a chaotic state of worriment and unrest.
Fairchild felt the logic of the remark and ceased his worriment.
And then, after all her worriment, Jean was the best Shylock!
To their worriment he seemed to be getting hotter instead of cooler.
Laura was at the hotel, and in a panic of worriment about Louise, when the girl got back.
As for the worriment of the young captain, only he himself realized the depth of it.
But after an hour's worriment and distress on the part of the three men the guide returned.
The girls looked in some worriment of mind to see what was to happen.