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apprehensive
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David Copperfield
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  • I felt apprehensive that I was personally interested in this dialogue, and sought Mr. Murdstone’s eye as it lighted on mine.
  • I got upon the desk immediately, apprehensive of at least a great dog underneath.
  • I cannot help thinking,’ said Mrs. Micawber, with an air of deep sagacity, ’that there are members of my family who have been apprehensive that Mr. Micawber would solicit them for their names.
  • The proposition I originally submitted, was twelve, eighteen, and twenty-four; but I am apprehensive that such an arrangement might not allow sufficient time for the requisite amount of — Something — to turn up.

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

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