Worry


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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
References in classic literature ?
Don't worry about that,' replied the girl, 'for I've thought it all over, and have settled on a plan which will make us each able to bear with the other
If you will promise not to worry a bit about me, I'll go to the Land of Oz this very afternoon.
I do not know; but you have little cause to, worry, for the Winged Monkeys are now the slaves of Glinda the Good, who owns the Golden Cap that commands their services," said the Scarecrow, reflectively.
It isn't the thing itself I worry about," Sir Alfred said thoughtfully,--"they'll never decode that message.
Kwaque himself had neither thought nor worry of the matter.
Then she tripped back to them with sparkling eyes and smiling cheeks, having regained her usual happy mood and forgotten all her worry about being lost.
But shortly after this a Wolf actually did come out from the forest, and began to worry the sheep, and the boy of course cried out "Wolf, Wolf," still louder than before.
Of course I'm awful glad that father has come back and that ma won't have to wash any more," he said with a sigh, "but there are two things that kind of worry me.
The yellow hen is well able to take care of herself," said he; "so don't worry about her, but try to get all the sleep you can.
Doctor not to worry about a single thing--Susan is at the helm.
I didn't tell you at the time--it might have made you angry, and you had enough to worry you--but I wrote a letter to Mrs.
And the worst of it all," thought he, "is that just now, at the very moment when my great work is approaching completion" (he was thinking of the project he was bringing forward at the time), "when I stand in need of all my mental peace and all my energies, just now this stupid worry should fall foul of me.