apprehensively apprehensively


  • (adv) with anxiety or apprehension



  1. Eagerly and a little apprehensively, Washington is preparing for President-elect Eisenhower's inauguration.
  2. The Middle Americans cherish, apprehensively, a system of values that they see assaulted and mocked everywhereeverywhere except in Richard Nixon's Washington.
  3. Beyond Moorhead, Engineer McKee eyed the sky apprehensively.



  • "Through people that help with the Red Sox, we were able to get some different charities aligned to auction it off," Varitek said. "I think it was a great idea by Stan and Stan Sr. They apprehensively came to me, because it was starting with...
    on May 26, 2008 By: Jason Varitek Source: Hartford Courant

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