apprehensiveness apprehensiveness


  • (n) fearful expectation or anticipation



  1. He was a small neat man with a sort of Disney apprehensiveness.
  2. So in a way it's a kind of relief to channel your apprehensiveness into something as specific and neatly rounded as a crime story.
  3. But apprehensiveness was not confined to the extreme fringes.


  • Life lessons along the way

    SPARKS — As a young student, the choice to join high school clubs can come with some apprehensiveness. They place added pressure on students and require a major time commitment and sacrifice.
    on August 25, 2013     Source: Daily Sparks Tribune

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