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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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Every qualification is raised at times, by the circumstances of the moment, to more than its real value; and she was sometimes worried down by officious condolence to rate good-breeding as more indispensable to comfort than good-nature.
She worried me like a tigress, when Rochester got the knife from her.
I pondered, and worried myself to discover what it could be, and, most strangely, the whole last seven years of my life grew a blank
He looked as if the sight of her worried and fretted him and as if he did not know what in the world to do with her.
But soon the animals themselves began to get worried.
This worried Uncle Henry a good deal, for without the farm he would have no way to earn a living.
But I've never been lost before," murmured the dainty maiden, "and I'm worried and afraid.
It has worried me terribly--on Sunday afternoons, that is, when I think specially about such matters.
Sara Ray was beginning to feel worried over her looks.
That donkey was worried about something, but I have spoken to him and now he seems quiet and reasonable.
Then she admitted that she was a little worried on Mrs.
Nevertheless, the suspicion worried me, and I sometimes spoke to the detective in a way that ought to have opened your eyes.