’Now I will let you sleep with me,’ she explained cautiously in a manner of apprehensive indulgence.
He glanced back apprehensively, half expecting to find the limp white things crawling after him in sightless pursuit or snaking up through the treetops in a writhing and ungovernable mutative mass.
Major Danby asked apprehensively when the chaplain had shot from the room.
He was flattered and apprehensive, certain that some severe official would soon appear and throw the whole lot of them out like a pack of bums.
People stared at him strangely, making him more apprehensive.
The nasty, small, gloating smile with which she glanced back at the laboring old woman was both wicked and apprehensive.
He poured envelope after envelope of the white crystalline powder into the bloody oval wound until nothing red could be seen and then drew a deep, apprehensive breath, steeling himself with gritted teeth as he touched his bare hand to the dangling shreds of drying flesh to tuck them up inside the wound.
There are no more uses of "apprehensive" in the book.