Sentence example with the word 'trepidation'

trepidation

agitation, chills of fear, disorder, ferment, fright, jimjams, palpitation, quivering, spell of nerves, tremble, uneasiness

Definition n. a feeling of alarm or dread

Last update: June 1, 2017


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He waited for his exam results with trepidation.   [noun]

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Reading through the various messages I begin to feel a little trepidation at the possibility of getting a job in the UK.   [noun]

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So it was with slight trepidation I boarded the train in Cardiff on Saturday morning.   [noun]

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So he freshened up his cheerful and simple-minded face, put his sailor-knot neckcloth askew, as usual, and with some trepidation went down to dinner.   [noun]

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'Risu solvuntur tabulae,' said the Baron; 'when they recovered their panic trepidation they were too much ashamed to bring any wakening of the process against Janet Gellatley.'   [noun]

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I was thunderstruck with this intelligence, the light forsook my eyes, the colour vanished from my cheeks, and I remained in a state of universal trepidation.   [noun]

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Princess Mary went to the door of the study with special trepidation.   [noun]

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Pierre went into that gloomy study which he had entered with such trepidation in his benefactor's lifetime.   [noun]

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William dismissed them with a wave of the hand, and they withdrew to a little distance among the trees, where they waited in considerable trepidation.   [noun]

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We do so not without emotion and trepidation.   [noun]

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