Worry

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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
References in classic literature ?
No worries at all, as far as the Swift Company is concerned," returned Ned.
The gods have given me quite enough worries without that, for I have lost the best of masters, and am in continual grief on his account.
All these cares and worries and disappointments tortured my poor father until he became moody and distrustful.
With the honest servant who worries your soul with her one failing?
William was her pride; Betsey her darling; and John, Richard, Sam, Tom, and Charles occupied all the rest of her maternal solicitude, alternately her worries and her comforts.
The only thing that worries me is what happened this morning.
He worries and fusses; he "nags," as we used to say at school; and, when mother and I are quite worn out, his triumph is assured.
The only thing that worries me is how to cross the hill of the Hammer-Heads.
Why, I myself have worries, but I can generally forget them at the piano; and collecting stamps did no end of good for my brother.
In jumping at Publicans and Sinners they would forget that a word might be said for the worries of Scribes and Pharisees; and this defect or limitation might have recommended their own daughter-in-law to them at this moment as a fairly choice sort of lost person for their love.
Only centenarians die, and nobody worries about anything--or did not until Sally came and gave them something to worry about.
He wished only that he could talk his worries over with somebody, but he could not bring himself to confess them.