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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • But his chief anxiety concerned the elder.
  • Almost distracted with anxiety for the elder and every one else, Alyosha succeeded, however, in supporting him by the arm.
  • But at that moment an anxiety of a different sort disturbed him, and worried him the more because he could not formulate it.
  • "Stop, Dmitri," Alyosha interrupted again with great anxiety.
  • He remembered you lovingly, with anxiety; do you understand how he honored you?
  • This anticipation showed itself in some by anxiety, in others by devout solemnity.
  • "What is the matter?" cried Lise, in a tone of real anxiety.
  • I know you have a lot of anxiety and trouble, but I see you have some special grief besides, some secret one, perhaps?
  • And they will be glad to believe our answer, for it will save them from the great anxiety and terrible agony they endure at present in making a free decision for themselves.
  • I tell Thee that man is tormented by no greater anxiety than to find some one quickly to whom he can hand over that gift of freedom with which the ill-fated creature is born.
  • I was quite ill from anxiety, and my heart was full of tears.
  • But for that ending a quite different anxiety arose, a new, incidental, but yet fatal and insoluble difficulty presented itself.
  • It was as though some heavy, overwhelming anxiety were weighing upon him.
  • Yet Madame Hohlakov had made a rather agreeable impression on him, which had somewhat softened his anxiety at being drawn into such an unpleasant affair.
  • He heard the story of his fall in the cellar, his fit, the doctor’s visit, Fyodor Pavlovitch’s anxiety; he heard with interest, too, that his brother Ivan had set off that morning for Moscow.
  • Full of anxiety he entered her lodging.
  • He felt more and more sick with anxiety and impatience.
  • That anxiety was just what he was suffering from—what is there improbable in his laying aside that money and concealing it in case of emergency?
  • A grave anxiety was fretting Mitya.
  • He seemed in a state of bewildered anxiety.
  • During the mass Snegiryov became somewhat calmer, though at times he had outbursts of the same unconscious and, as it were, incoherent anxiety.
  • If he were so cold-hearted and calculating, why not hit the servant on the head again and again with the same pestle so as to kill him outright and relieve himself of all anxiety about the witness?
  • If he had come to me at that time, I should have at once relieved his anxiety about that unlucky three thousand roubles, but he had given up coming to see me …. and I myself was put in such a position …. that I could not invite him….
  • Ah, he likes being always surrounded with company, and he likes to tell his companions everything, even his most diabolical and dangerous ideas; he likes to share every thought with others, and expects, for some reason, that those he confides in will meet him with perfect sympathy, enter into all his troubles and anxieties, take his part and not oppose him in anything.
  • …was said that Ippolit Kirillovitch was in a tremor at meeting Fetyukovitch, and that they had been enemies from the beginning of their careers in Petersburg, that though our sensitive prosecutor, who always considered that he had been aggrieved by some one in Petersburg because his talents had not been properly appreciated, was keenly excited over the Karamazov case, and was even dreaming of rebuilding his flagging fortunes by means of it, Fetyukovitch, they said, was his one anxiety.
  • Suddenly Mitya cried out in horrible anxiety: "Andrey!

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  • She suffers from more than the usual pre-test anxiety.
  • It is a vicious cycle in which worry leads to a drop in the stock market and the drop in the stock market leads to increased anxiety.

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