There was no occasion, there was no time for Fanny to say how very differently she felt; but the idea of having such another to observe her was a great increase of the trepidation with which she performed the very awful ceremony of walking into the drawing-room.
"You cannot think I mean to hurry you," said he, in an undervoice, perceiving the amazing trepidation with which she made up the note, "you cannot think I have any such object.
There are no more uses of "trepidation" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
She began her first day at the new school with some trepidation.
I’m feeling something between normal trepidation and excessive test anxiety.