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apprehension
used in The Magic Mountain

4 uses
  • Joachim stood up and tossed his magazine on the table; Hans Castorp followed him, although not without some apprehension, toward the door.
    5.2 - My God, I See It! (65% in)
  • Her smile filled him with apprehension and delight.
    4.9 - Growing Anxiety / Two Grandfathers and a Twilight Boat Ride (6% in)
  • In short—at least as he was presented to the cousins in the tales of his grandson—this Giuseppe Settembrini was a shadowy, passionate, and incendiary figure, a ringleader of conspiracy; and despite the polite pains they took to show their respect, they did not quite succeed in banishing from their faces an expression of apprehension and aversion, indeed of outright disgust.
    4.9 - Growing Anxiety / Two Grandfathers and a Twilight Boat Ride (60% in)
  • They moved along the walls as if at an exhibition, accompanied by the master of the house, who would now and then provide a title, but usually said nothing, displaying the proud apprehension of the artist, enjoying it all, letting his eyes rest on each work along with those of the strangers.
    5.6 - Humaniora (30% in)

There are no more uses of "apprehension" in The Magic Mountain.

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