Anxieties [noun]

Definition of Anxieties:

worry, tension

Opposite/Antonyms of Anxieties:

Sentence/Example of Anxieties:

The book soon filled, its pages scrawled with stories of anxiety and depression.

If I was shown that it’s okay to talk about emotions and feel this way, then I probably wouldn’t have held in my anxiety for so long.

In a phone interview, Quannah Chasing Horse Potts said she wants her mother to have peace after two years of anxiety and hopes that comes from her family reclaiming its story.

Fear and anxiety are predictors of people — particularly young people — turning towards extremism and violence, said Miller-Idriss.

The challenge is that each of these communities may require a different strategy, have different underlying anxieties and fears, and require a slightly different intervention to placate their fears.

As indicated, a large percentage of American consumers still express anxiety about going into retail stores.

With anxiety factors about health and finances fueling uncertainty and high unemployment rates sweeping the world, we need to keep a close eye on the way people shop, live and consume now.

Tye meticulously traced the connections out of the amygdala, an almond-shaped set of neurons thought to be the seat of fear and anxiety both in rodents and in humans.

As a result, there's been "changes in clinically significant and meaningful rates of anxiety and depression," Sbarra says.

However, the figure represents only 34% of the usual application volume for that period, indicating a palpable mix of anticipation and anxiety within the industry about returning to production.