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  • For the first time he began to have dim apprehensions as to his future. Cited from A Millionaire of Yesterday, E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The administration need be under no apprehension as to the popularity of this measure. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. I, Mar, 1862, Number III, by Various
  • I had been so far preserved, and I was under no apprehension as to what might happen. Cited from Snow Shoes and Canoes, by William H. G. Kingston
  • I must acknowledge that I was under much apprehension as to this event. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V9, by Bourrienne
  • I rose in a trice to meet him, between doubt and apprehension as to the result. Cited from Tour in France and Germany, Volume One, by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  • We naturally had some apprehension as to whether or not he would open fire on the boats and rafts. Cited from Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, Kelly Miller
  • He expressed some apprehension as to showing us the murderer, for he was a very desperate character. Cited from Memoirs, by Charles Godfrey Leland
  • Therefore it is my duty to say to you at once that there is no cause for your excitement, no cause for your apprehension as to results. Cited from The Tracer of Lost Persons, by Robert W. Chambers
  • If the above plan be pursued, the patient need be under no apprehension as to the result, but make his mind perfectly easy on the point. Cited from The Dog, by William Youatt
  • But he was aware of apprehension as to the relations forming between his son and Mimi. Cited from Mr. Prohack, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • People held their breath, indulging in the wildest apprehensions as to what was now to come. Cited from Report on the Condition of the South, Carl Schurz
  • Several weeks brought no farther direct intelligence, and there were conflicting reports, which awakened apprehension as to his safety. Cited from History Of The Missions Of The American Board, by Rufus Anderson
  • Dick, in nervous apprehension as to the issue, sought to bring her to realization of the new need that had come upon them. Cited from Within the Law, by Marvin Dana from Bayard Veiller
  • We were soon at sea, and speedily felt considerable apprehensions as to the safe termination of our voyage. Cited from Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New Zealand in 1827, by Earle
  • Beethoven's apprehensions as to the profits from the first concert were well founded. Cited from Beethoven, by George Alexander Fischer
  • I will call Fonseca to dress it afresh; meanwhile, be under no apprehension as to your safety. Cited from A Middy in Command, by Harry Collingwood
  • "I left them desperately engaged in discussion, and I really feel some apprehension as to the remains left on the field of battle." Cited from Wyandotte, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Greener had no apprehension as to the treatment the Negroes would receive in the West. Cited from A Century of Negro Migration, by Carter G. Woodson
  • I was happy, after many years of anxiety; for I idolised my child and I had suffered from many apprehensions as to her future. Cited from Dark Hollow, by Anna Katharine Green
  • They mentioned, however, another train of four or five waggons which had been some way ahead of them, and told us that they had considerable apprehensions as to their fate. Cited from With Axe and Rifle, by W.H.G. Kingston
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