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  • There was no sense of fear or apprehension at her heart; she was strangely happy. Cited from The Light That Lures, by Percy Brebner
  • Though she does not have a problem using her abilities for illegal gain, she has shown some apprehension at murder.
  • He looked with something like apprehension at the youth to whom Marnstam pointed. Cited from Peter Ruff and the Double Four, by Oppenheim
  • At first he experienced some apprehension at passing the night with only a tent or the stars as a roof. Cited from The Life of George Borrow, by Herbert Jenkins
  • He saw pictures of himself trembling with apprehension at some important function in case mistakes should occur. Cited from Halcyone, by Elinor Glyn
  • The woman's little glad cry of welcome was changed to one of apprehension at her husband's appearance. Cited from Good Cheer Stories Every Child Should Know, by Various
  • And so it was that our friends suffered such apprehension at our sailing without a navigator. Cited from The Cruise of the Snark, Jack London
  • He would feel some apprehension at being called to a tremendous account for engaging in so deep a play without any knowledge of the game. Cited from Obiter Dicta, by Augustine Birrell
  • I cried, with a vague feeling of apprehension at my heart. Cited from The Captain of the Polestar, by A. Conan Doyle #5
  • She stood trembling with delight at what he said, and with apprehension at what he seemed to threaten. Cited from Tommy and Grizel, by J.M. Barrie
  • I feel but little apprehension at the prospect of things, which to many is so alarming. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917, by Various
  • Winterborne felt surprise, pleasure, and also a little apprehension at the news. Cited from The Woodlanders, by Thomas Hardy
  • He would feel some apprehension at being called to a tremendous account for engaging in so deep a play without any sort of knowledge of the game. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. II. (of 12), by Burke
  • He would feel some apprehension at being called to a tremendous account for engaging in so deep a play, without any sort of knowledge of the game. Cited from Selections, Speeches and Writings of Edmund Burke
  • She looked with apprehension at his forbidding face and was amazed to see something almost approaching a smile part his thin lips. Cited from The Strong Arm, by Robert Barr
  • "Would you be so good?" he returned with a glance of something like apprehension at Miss Flite. Cited from Bleak House, by Charles Dickens
  • "But what is your thought?" asked Lucy, who felt some unaccountable apprehension at what her friend was about to say. Cited from Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles Of Ballytrain, by William Carleton
  • She glanced with apprehension at the door of the room that had been Gerald's. Cited from Women in Love, by D.H. Lawrence
  • Max, sitting quiet, made no betrayal of the agony of apprehension at work within. Cited from Max, by Katherine Cecil Thurston
  • I started with horror at the danger I had escaped, and looked forward with gloomy apprehension at those that still awaited me. Cited from Frank Mildmay, by Captain Frederick Marryat
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