Difference between apprehension and omnious




  1. painful expectation
  2. the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
  3. fearful expectation or anticipation
  4. the cognitive condition of someone who understands


There were still areas of doubt and her apprehension grew.

Pauline recalls vividly the first time the pair spoke on the phone on Thanksgiving Day and the combination of excitement and apprehension she felt as she knew she was about to say hello.

The uneasiness grew into a formless apprehension, which drew him out into the waxing sunlight and drove him to retrace his earlier route through the meadow, towards College Rise.

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