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anxiety
used in Turtles All the Way Down

7 uses
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Definition
nervousness or worry
  • I recognize that a hospital setting has probably not been great for your anxiety.
    p. 234.8
  • Admittedly, I have some anxiety problems, but I would argue it isn't irrational to be concerned about the fact that you are a skin-encased bacterial colony.
    p. 3.9
  • A change in personal circumstances, even a positive one, can trigger anxiety.
    p. 163.9
  • I can tell your anxiety is increasing—from your face to your fingertip.
    p. 167.6
  • The only time I'd ever done anything worthwhile was when, overcome by anxiety, I threw up on a Hutt named Yantuh, creating a momentary distraction that allowed Chewie to grab a blaster and save us from certain death.
    p. 195.9
  • "I mean, I love you, and it's not your fault, but your anxiety does kind of invite disasters."
    p. 214.8
  • The words used to describe it—despair, fear, anxiety, obsession—do so little to communicate it.
    p. 231.4

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