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Worry is an active state of agitated uneasiness and restless apprehension: He was distracted by worry over the stock market. Concern implies an anxious sense of interest in something: concern over a friend’s misfortune. Care suggests a heaviness of spirit caused by dread, or by the constant pressure of burdensome demands: Poverty weighs a person down with care.

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I have no worries about slinging it around camp or strapping it to the roof rack if space is tight in the car.
It helps that EU lawmakers have already agreed to a giant stimulus spending package for the trading bloc, so that worry is off the table.
McMansions are back, in a big way, given the trend toward remote work — and thus the need for office space at home, and no worries about long commutes.
SUNDAY MAGAZINE: A WORLD IN NEEDDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 16, 2020OZY
The worry for influencers is whether their audiences would follow them over to Triller if they switched.
WTF IS TRILLER?SEB JOSEPHAUGUST 14, 2020DIGIDAY
Then I could cheerfully traipse from my backyard to a neighbor’s driveway and then on to a dark corner booth somewhere with no worries.
EVERY DECISION IS A RISK. EVERY RISK IS A DECISION.MAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JULY 21, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
That may be a boon for companies that offer services at home, but for 27-year-old Yasmin Yadav, it has become an added source of worry.
So if either you have substantial assets or you have a large, highly stable employer, your financial worries during this shutdown are really relatively small.
Sometimes, those questions turn into deeper concerns, worries or even anxiety.
So that had created a sense amongst the British people that the politicians just didn’t have a good handle on the numbers, and that created a worry.
In sheer nervousness, Hilda also dropped to her knees on the hearthrug, and began to worry the fire with the poker.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT

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