They will become anxious
, and will be looking for us.
I think we ought to tell her if Beth is really ill, but Hannah says we mustn't, for Mother can't leave Father, and it will only make them anxious
I think," he whispered to Miss Pross, after anxious
consideration, "I think we had best not speak to him just now, or at all disturb him.
Yes, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "we must not leave this person the slightest pretext for behaving badly, which, with all due respect, I fancy he is anxious still to do.
He smiled more and more sarcastically and his smile began to make the Gascon anxious.
ISLAMABAD -- If you live with anxiety, you're probably familiar with the vicious circle of being anxious
about being anxious
NEARLY half of all parents in Yorkshire and the Humber say their children are anxious
about the threat of terrorism.
A QUARTER of British parents think their children are anxious
about Brexit, while four in 10 think their young ones are concerned about the threat of terrorism, a survey found.
We have all experienced some form of anxiety in our lives, whether we're anxious
about a job interview or going on a first date.
The hearing was told she was interviewed by police, which had left her "tired, anxious
Therefore, this study tempts to explore their anxiety and what factors make the students anxious
about practice teaching vice versa.
I don't know who I would be if I were not an anxious
The fact that the little lad screams as he gets closer to the font doesn't lift Sarah's anxious
mood, but Billy manages to calm her down.
3) which makes participant from slightly to fairly anxious
while visiting any dentist for any procedure.