Apprehensions [noun]

Definition of Apprehensions:

anxiety, fear

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Sentence/Example of Apprehensions:

There was, nonetheless, considerable apprehension among the few hundred USTR staff gathered in the auditorium.

As the threat of a Covid-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt a sense of apprehension about what would happen when it reached Africa.

While we welcome the countless statements made by companies promising to combat systemic racism, there is still a lot of apprehension from people of color.

So the ultimate act of a Good Samaritan — and the irony is, the sort of story that we only associate with bad Samaritans had a Good Samaritan who led to the apprehension of Moseley.

The mother played her accompaniments and at the same time watched her daughter with greedy admiration and nervous apprehension.

Hilda took the letter with apprehension, as she recognized the down-slanting calligraphy of Sarah Gailey.

The apprehension that God will punish for not making fulfilment to him accompanies equally the oath and the vow.

He gave so violent a start, his face expressed so much of apprehension and dismay, that I stared at him blankly.

Not merely must there be a desire to perform the service; but there must be an enlightened apprehension of its nature.

He felt inclined to believe it, but while it soothed his torn and throbbing pride, it by no means lessened his apprehension.