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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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I am not sure how much higher the bill will go during Ramadan when the heat will be at its peak," he said worriedly.
complete with a chap peeking worriedly into his underpants.
About four years ago, people worriedly asked each other about the aftermath of the Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla: "Where we stand in today's chaotic scenario, there's no guidance, no direction, how to deal with such a horrible situation?
Afterwards, the defendant, wearing a grey suit, striped shirt, purple tie and with short-cropped hair and glasses, could be seen worriedly consulting with his family as he took his seat in the dock.
When one cries, the other looks on worriedly before he joins in -- yes like a choir.
So there is a failure here to deliver the 'hopeful message' that would make Shakespeare's writing a transparent medium and that would guarantee the futurity worriedly contemplated in this narrative and polemically treated by Edelman.
Gazza's friend, who lived with him in Boscombe, near Bournemouth, said the most alarming moment was when he caught the former England and Tottenham Hotspurs ace injecting cocaine, and he worriedly captured Gascoigne's descent into drug and booze hell in a shocking video that he showed him in a bid to make him stop, the paper reported.
When she finished she looked at me, her eyes flashing worriedly.
People in South Africa say they're worriedly awaiting further word about former President Nelson Mandela, who has been hospitalised.
When no one responded, the two do-gooders looked worriedly at each other.
The Konkerer legend spread, boys would worriedly whisper "He's coming," and the local champion would prepare for battle, knights about to meet in single combat.
Worriedly, they will do homework of collecting information across all sectors including strategic ones and send them to their masters in Khartoum Administration that may possibly jeopardizes our national economic and security interest.