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trepidation
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Don Quixote
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  • Don Quixote felt uneasy, Sancho frightened, and the duke and duchess displayed a certain trepidation.
  • I opened it with fear and trepidation, persuaded that it must be something serious that had impelled her to write to me when at a distance, as she seldom did so when I was near.
  • Don Quixote in his trepidation began saying, "I conjure thee, phantom, or whatever thou art, tell me what thou art and what thou wouldst with me.
  • "Since the memorable adventure of the fulling mills," said Don Quixote, "I have never seen Sancho in such a fright as now; were I as superstitious as others his abject fear would cause me some little trepidation of spirit.

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  • She began her first day at the new school with some trepidation.
  • I’m feeling something between normal trepidation and excessive test anxiety.

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