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For one executive who asked for anonymity, the politicization of the masks has made the talk worrisome as some clients have implied they don’t believe in wearing masks but still want to meet in person as well as indoors.

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That’s especially worrisome for some employees who say that they are worried about being laid off because they are parents as agencies have started to layoff employees again to manage losses from the pandemic and the recession.

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These features might make traveling a bit less worrisome and attractive to consumers and regain business for hotels and airlines.

Publicity like this is worrisome because “it can turn people off of mask wearing, which we know can protect both the individual wearing the mask and those around them,” she says.

When the London model’s numbers first came out, Birx noted they were worrisome.

With their disappearance, Qatar has just turned up the spotlight on its already worrisome human-rights record.

Perhaps we can ignore the ranting of the Kim regime, but Chinese nuclear threats are particularly worrisome.

The implications of this law and the court decision are quite worrisome.

A particularly worrisome indicator of this mistrust has been the booming alternative medicine industry.

Purdy points to an obscure but no less worrisome ruling in Sorrell v. IMS.

A look of concern clouded his chubby face, and I wondered what worrisome thing was on his mind.

But, for the "nut" himself, life during the coming weeks and months became a much less worrisome struggle.

Of co'se sech conduct ez that is worrisome, but I don't see no, to say, bad principle in it.

No matter how worrisome, difficult or perplexing the problem is, dont worry or brood over it.

This losing of the deeds has been the most worrisome thing that I hope will ever happen to me.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worrisome, such as: alarming, bothersome, disquieting, disturbing, upsetting, and vexing.

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