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apprehensive
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Jane Eyre
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  • In that sense I do feel apprehensive — I have no wish to talk nonsense.
  • Here I walked about for a long time, feeling very strange, and mortally apprehensive of some one coming in and kidnapping me; for I believed in kidnappers, their exploits having frequently figured in Bessie’s fireside chronicles.
  • Are you apprehensive of the new sphere you are about to enter?
  • The disquietude of his air, the somewhat apprehensive impatience of his manner, surprised me: but I proceeded.

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  • She is apprehensive about her new job.
  • She is apprehensive about finals.

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