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Definitionfear or anxiety about what will happen
- 'I shall ask him what he wants first,' I said, in considerable trepidation.Chapter 19 (67% in)
trepidation = fear or anxiety about what will happen
- But he clung to me with growing trepidation; and on Mr. Heathcliff's taking a seat and bidding him 'come hither' he hid his face on my shoulder and wept.Chapter 20 (58% in)
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