[ US /ˈwɝid/ ]
[ UK /wˈʌɹɪd/ ]
[ UK /wˈʌɹɪd/ ]
mentally upset over possible misfortune or danger etc
apprehensive about her job
not used to a city and worried about small things
felt apprehensive about the consequences
afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
too upset to say anything
a worried frown
spent many disquieted moments
distressed about her son's leaving home
one last worried check of the sleeping children
lapsed into disturbed sleep
How To Use worried In A Sentence
- ‘I was worried about my car lasting to the end considering that all the motors come from the same place,’ he said.
- It's not because I'm worried about what they might think, or anything ridiculous like that, it's because in a lot of cases this material was intended for me alone - either through an oral tradition or as a gnostic revelation from the spirits.
- My ringworm worried her more than the swarms of rumors the local gossips were stirring.
- I'm worried about washing that shirt in case it shrinks.
- Arnold stood again, a worried frown creasing his features.
- In his abstract ballets or interpretations of music, he rarely worried about the mood or emotional content of the music.
- I went into the office to find the offender, and saw a worried woman crumpled in a chair in the corner, wearing a look of weariness and doubt.
- Contact Shelter who advise anyone worried about being made homeless ( shelter. The Sun
- Experts probed the origin of the sulphurous smell which appeared at the beginning of February after calls from worried Benfleet and Canvey residents who were left spluttering.
- Consider why the patient has consulted; many are worried about heart disease or cancer.