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  • She looked at him with that apprehension which he knew. Cited from The Virginian, Horseman Of The Plains, Owen Wister
  • He lost the look of apprehension which had become habitual to him, and became something like his old self. Cited from The Captain of the Polestar, by A. Conan Doyle #5
  • Yet she knew not the cause of her sudden change, nor of the anxiety and apprehension which filled her mind. Cited from Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3), by J. A. Jones
  • The apprehension which haunts me since my return to England is well known to you. Cited from Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume 1 (of 3), 1837-1843, Queen Victoria
  • But she made an effort to ignore the apprehension which filled her soul. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • As it is I feel apprehensions which are wholly different from any I ever felt before. Cited from Anna St. Ives, by Thomas Holcroft
  • Now, looking in with apprehensions which grew with the continuing silence, I learned the reason. Cited from A Gentleman of France, by Stanley Weyman
  • Besides, my dear, I have another apprehension which you must excuse. Cited from The History of Tom Jones, a foundling, H. Fielding
  • He removed the preservative apprehension which is the best security of all Banks. Cited from Lombard Street, by Walter Bagehot
  • He still called to mind the feeling of alarm and apprehension which at that time pervaded the whole country. Cited from Remarks, by Bill Nye
  • No effort could shake off the apprehension which grew upon me as we neared the fence. Cited from Such is Life, by Tom Collins
  • There was one other apprehension which may have troubled, and probably did trouble, Moses. Cited from The Emancipation of Massachusetts, by Brooks Adams
  • Why he should do so he could not have explained, any more than he could have explained the feeling of apprehension which had overtaken him. Cited from A Mating in the Wilds, by Ottwell Binns
  • It was the evil of an apprehension which made the study of religion a department of metaphysics. Cited from An Outline Of The History Of Christian Thought Since Kant, by Edw. Moore
  • That again is an apprehension which we may escape if we are careful not to put into the works more hands from year to year than the works themselves demand. Cited from On Revenues by Xenophon, translated by Dakyns
  • I saw by the cheerful way she spoke she felt none of the apprehensions which John and I were experiencing. Cited from On the Banks of the Amazon, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The conversation dropped, but apparently my companion continued to dwell upon the apprehensions which it had excited. Cited from Redgauntlet, by Sir Walter Scott
  • Such are the acts of unique apprehension which Mr Hardy, we believe, implied by his title. Cited from Aspects of Literature, by J. Middleton Murry
  • She wondered why she was still unable to shake off the feeling of anxiety and apprehension which had haunted her ever since he went away. Cited from The Mask, by Arthur Hornblow
  • An incident which occurred during these critical days will explain to some extent the apprehensions which Bismarck so easily awoke. Cited from Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire, James Wycliffe Headlam
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