of apprehension

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  • If the whole army was composed of such men there would be no cause of apprehension. Cited from Life of George Washington, V1, by W. Irving
  • Is it not a state of society to which we may look with some degree of apprehension? Cited from A Winter Tour in South Africa, by Frederick Young
  • It was not without a little feeling of apprehension that he went in. Cited from Frank Roscoe's Secret, by Allen Chapman
  • Yet for three years she kept her own people in a fever of apprehension. Cited from Short Studies on Great Subjects, by James Anthony Froude
  • This change of course gave rise to a new source of apprehension. Cited from The Sea Lions, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • The next message made public sent a wave of apprehension over the country. Cited from Our War With Spain For Cuba's Freedom, by T. White
  • He was conscious of a certain feeling of apprehension when he thought of their meeting. Cited from Married, by August Strindberg
  • I could note a greater degree of apprehension and anxiety in his eyes. Cited from Confession, by W. Gilmore Simms
  • I followed him, though not without a certain amount of apprehension. Cited from A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, by Jules Verne
  • She looked with a strange air of apprehension over the company. Cited from The Living Link, by James De Mille
  • There was something in his manner that filled her with a quick sense of apprehension. Cited from The Moon out of Reach, by Margaret Pedler
  • Thus every opinion would be equally true; in fact, every sort of apprehension. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • When we did meet, however, I found her sad, and full of apprehension. Cited from Miles Wallingford: Sequel to Afloat and Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • I knew we were going towards the ocean; and my great cause of apprehension was the bar. Cited from Ned Myers, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Its rules in the text-books read plain enough, and are not difficult of apprehension. Cited from Bart Ridgeley, by A. G. Riddle
  • His short laugh failed entirely to clear her face of apprehension. Cited from Then I'll Come Back to You, by Larry Evans
  • Though he went to his room early, he spent a sleepless night full of apprehension. Cited from The Sheriff's Son, by William MacLeod Raine
  • His disposition led him to be full of apprehension of what the other fellow was doing. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, by George Haven Putnam
  • Nothing but a moment of apprehension that would have been forgotten after travelling three days. Cited from Child of a Century, Alfred de Musset, v3
  • Or else it's a fit of apprehension about something or other. Cited from Young Engineers in Arizona, H. Irving Hancock
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