Anxiously [adverb]

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Although normally reluctant to speak in class because it makes her anxious, she decided she had to say something.

As they waited weeks or months to be released to sponsors, they grew anxious about their mounting immigration debts, desperate to get out and work so their relatives back home didn’t suffer the consequences of a loan default.

If you’ve been primed to believe the election was going to be riddled with fraud, and are anxious about the uncertainty of the results, you might seek out information confirming that belief.

Though it is counterintuitive, our busted-up, anxious and bizarre 2020 sports calendar may have meant more to many of us than the normal ones in any other year of our lives.

A failed bank robber holds a group of anxious strangers as hostages.

In the background was an anxious nation hitting “refresh” on their devices for the latest vote tallies, desperate to know who the next president would be, their eyes trained on Georgia and a handful of other states like no election in history.

You don’t need to go off and be a crusader necessarily to feel less anxious and feel like you’re making a difference.

In a day full of anxious moments, the weather was about as friendly as possible.

All of this sets up an anxious situation for many Americans this winter.

I see so many people speaking about how several states could potentially go blue, like Texas, but it still makes me anxious.