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  • 141expectation — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Expectancy Nouns 1. expectation, expectancy, anticipation, reckoning, calculation, foresight, prediction, imminence, contingency; contemplation, lookout, prospect, outlook, perspective, horizon. See… …

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  • 142fear — n 1 Fear, dread, fright, alarm, dismay, consternation, panic, terror, horror, trepidation denote the distressing or disordering agitation which overcomes one in the anticipation or in the presence of danger. Fear is the most general term; like… …

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  • 143foresee — foresee, foreknow, divine, apprehend, anticipate can mean to know or expect that something will happen or come into existence in advance of its occurrence or advent or to have knowledge that something exists before it is manifested or expressed.… …

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  • 144worry — vb Worry, annoy, harass, harry, plague, pester, tease, tantalize can all mean to torment so as to destroy one s peace of mind or to disturb one acutely. Worry stresses incessant attacking or goading and an intention or sometimes an effect of… …

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  • 145worry — v 1. fret, agonize, lose sleep over, Inf. stew, writhe, stay awake nights, Inf. get grey hair, Sl. sweat, Sl. sweat blood, feel uneasy, Archaic. cark, be anxious, be tied up in knots, be afraid; fidget, fuss, be restive; lose heart, despond,… …

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  • 146presage — [n] prediction, indication apprehension, apprehensiveness, augury, auspice, bodement, boding, forecast, foretoken, forewarning, harbinger, intimation, misgiving, omen, portent, premonition, prenotion, presentiment, prognostic, prognostication,… …

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  • 147worry — [n] anxiety, trouble anguish, annoyance, apprehension, bad news*, care, concern, disquiet, distress, disturbance, doubt, fear, headache*, heartache*, irritation, misery, misgiving, nag*, pain*, perplexity, pest, plague, presentiment, problem,… …

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  • 148pre|sag´ing|ly — pres|age «noun. PREHS ihj; verb. prih SAYJ», noun, verb, pre|saged, pre|sag|ing. –n. 1. a sign felt as a warning; omen. 2. a feeling that something is about to happen; presentiment; …

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  • 149pre|sag´er — pres|age «noun. PREHS ihj; verb. prih SAYJ», noun, verb, pre|saged, pre|sag|ing. –n. 1. a sign felt as a warning; omen. 2. a feeling that something is about to happen; presentiment; …

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  • 150pres|age — «noun. PREHS ihj; verb. prih SAYJ», noun, verb, pre|saged, pre|sag|ing. –n. 1. a sign felt as a warning; omen. 2. a feeling that something is about to happen; presentiment; …

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