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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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We see de Gaulle worriedly looking for some way to bring French Resistance units under centralized control so they won't morph into an independent political force.
It's her asking me worriedly what happened to trigger the anxiety and I have no answer to that.
More than 3,000 metres (around 10,000 feet) above sea level the vehicle has no room for error, its other side just inches from scraping along the rock face, its passengers worriedly monitoring how anxious the driver appears.
Shiju Thomas, a Dubai based expat from Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, worriedly told Gulf News: "I have been trying to get in touch with my family for the last two hours.
I drove the Smart 20 miles to a meeting from a full charge and on the way home I was starting to glance worriedly at the distance-to-empty reading.
Father of the boy, Sukhpal Singh said, "After worriedly looking for him (minor boy) at various police stations, we were told by the Patrakar Nagar police station that he has been arrested in connection with a motorcycle theft case.
As Dua broke down, her father stepped in and said that he found his daughter crying and worriedly asked her what happened.
She goes out worriedly to seek her partner in the darkness of the streets.
As we speak, Kim explains how someone worriedly brought in a bag of heroin found on the street.
Woodruff worriedly noted that according to the PBS/NPR/Marist national survey of 1,205 adults, there is "high distrust of the news media." Only 30 percent of the poll respondents said they had "a great deal" or "a good amount" of trust in the media, as compared to 37 percent who said they had "a great deal" or "a good amount" of trust in the Trump administration.
"You'll have to do something about that cough," he said worriedly. "Sally, it scares me honestly.
Japan reacted most clearly and worriedly, given its ongoing experience of Chinese coercion, and Tokyo seeks US support, stronger Washington actions against Beijing, and expanded links across Asia.