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apprehensive
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Harry Potter (#3) and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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  • ...then, heart beating fast, both excited and apprehensive, he set off.
  • Neville gave Professor Lupin a look of pure terror, and Seamus Finnigan eyed the now rattling doorknob apprehensively.
  • Nevertheless, he was starting to feel very apprehensive.
  • Ron and Hermione shook their heads, looking apprehensive.
  • Okay," said Harry, trying to sound as though he wasn’t apprehensive at all and merely glad that Lupin had found such a good substitute for a real dementor.

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

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