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anxiety
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
nervousness or worry
  • There must have been some component of anxiety in this wondering, because it was borne in upon me daily that I was "getting out of hand."
    p. 277.9
  • My own ill-humor vanished and I felt a muscle-clenching anxiety rise in my chest and begin to grip my throat.
    p. 140.9
  • I imagined each of us taking turns telling our stories: Daddy's impatience, Ty's skepticism, Pete's refusal to say much, Rose's angry loquacity, my own stomach-churning anxiety, Pammy and Linda's fear.
    p. 208.4
  • The next day she acted completely normal—no stage fright, no anxiety.
    p. 242.1

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