[ UK /ˈæŋʃəsnəs/ ]
  1. (psychiatry) a relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, usually accompanied by compulsive behavior or attacks of panic
  2. a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments
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How To Use anxiousness In A Sentence

  • Looking back at Charisse, he tried hard to ignore the anxiousness he felt in his gut. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • Anything that brings that tingly feeling of anxiousness I tend to stay away from. Archive 2009-07-01
  • James lounged outside the cafeteria, waiting for his potential accomplice with a strange mixture of dread and anxiousness.
  • As my reflection deepens, I think some of my anxiousness also comes from not knowing what will happen tomorrow or how everyone that I usually pray and break my fast with is actually doing. Imam Khalid Latif: Ramadan Reflection Day 27: Waiting For The Storm
  • To study the interaction anxiousness status of new recruits in Chinese People's Armed Police Force.
  • There was a sense of peace and serenity in the room that I was lying in, instead of the feeling of anxiousness and fear that I had felt while I was walking in the alleyway.
  • Anxiousness sets in as the prospect of a government-funded retirement fades into obscurity and financial planning has suddenly become a reality.
  • As in previous research, only moderate correlations were found between laughter and self-report measures of perceived funniness, happiness, amusement, and anxiousness.
  • She was young enough to feel the excitement of the journey and old enough to sense the worry and anxiousness of her parents.
  • If it provides some anxiousness in the viewer why not set the film there.
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