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abhorrence, agitation, angst, anxiety, aversion, awe, cold feet, cold sweat, concern, consternation, cowardice, creeps, despair, discomposure, dismay, disquietude, distress, doubt, dread, faintheartedness, foreboding, fright, funk, horror, jitters, misgiving, nightmare, panic, phobia, presentiment, qualm, reverence, revulsion, scare, suspicion, terror, timidity, trembling, tremor, trepidation, unease, uneasiness, worry, Recreancy, chickenheartedness, bête noire.
obsession, hang up, fixed idea, a thing about something, exaggerated reaction, hangup.
gutlessness, pusillanimity, unmanliness, mousiness, wimpiness.
insecurity, self-consciousness, sheepishness, shyness, timorousness, unassertiveness, in security.
blahs, disheartenment, disillusionment, disheartenments, the blahs, disillusionments, up set.
agnosticism, demurral, scruple, scruples, Uncertainties, lack of confidence, waverings.
anger, emotion, excitement, feeling, hatred, mood, passion, sadness, sensation, sentiment, sympathy, temperment.
anticipation, apprehensiveness, contemplation, envisioning, expectancy, expectation, foreboding, pessimism, presumption, suspense, uncertainty, worriment.
agitation, alarm, angst, anxiety, apprehension, care, concern, cowardice, dread, faintheartedness, fearfulness, fright, funk, intimidation, revere, reverence, spinelessness, terror, timidity, venerate.
fear, fearfulness, fright.
worriment, handwriting on wall.
false belief, unfounded fear.
feel alarm; be scared of
anticipate, apprehend, avoid, blanch, cower, crouch, expect, falter, flinch, foresee, fret, quail, quaver, shrink, shudder, shun, shy, start, suspect, tremble, wilt, lose courage, be afraid, be anxious, be apprehensive, be disquieted, be frightened, be in awe, break out in a sweat, dare not, feel concern, have butterflies, have qualms.
Examples of usage:
– Hetty Wesley by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
– The Heather-Moon by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
– Love and Lucy by Maurice Henry Hewlett
– The Law of Hemlock Mountain by Hugh Lundsford
– The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith