How To Use Worrying In A Sentence

  • I also had a tissue biopsy taken, but went home thinking it couldn't be too worrying. The Sun
  • This is the main concern worrying the economic strategists of the Russian ruling elite.
  • At any rate, there is a worrying trend developing along the North Mayo coast.
  • What's more worrying is that my boyfriend wants a man. The Sun
  • This was especially worrying given that three quarters of those surveyed claimed to have experienced rudeness in the preceding year. Times, Sunday Times
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  • This is the main concern worrying the economic strategists of the Russian ruling elite.
  • This increase in social smoking is one of the more worrying aspects of smirting. Smirting Craze Revealed | Impact Lab
  • What is particularly worrying is the somewhat blasé attitude to the subject. The Sun
  • She would lie awake worrying.
  • I was in hospital this morning for a gastroscopy - nothing too worrying, just one of those camera and light thingies they put down your throat to make sure everything's in one piece. Archive 2009-03-01
  • At the moment a large proportion of motherhood seems to be spent worrying about the fact that Tommy still can't manage to get up into a sitting position on his own.
  • What is more worrying is that many legal and ethical issues are yet to be settled, eg should autonomous cars continue to have a driver? Times, Sunday Times
  • This is deeply worrying for anyone who likes a punt on football. Times, Sunday Times
  • The deaths were particularly worrying to conservationists, because six of the whales were adult females, three carrying near-term fetuses.
  • That's the most worrying aspect of the situation.
  • The worrying thing is how those in power interpret the way we vote and act upon it to stay in power.
  • The splurge had a big impact, particularly on those parts of the country that have become worryingly dependent on the public sector. Times, Sunday Times
  • When you get a scare everyone starts to panic, because you're not there with your small child and the worrying thing is that they can't tell you themselves.
  • The stress of worrying about how she was going to afford the insulin would make her condition even worse.
  • His classical treatment of the subject is worth serious reference; for it should be realised that Lincoln, who had both to learn his new trade of statecraft and to exercise it in a terrible emergency, did so with a large part of each day necessarily consumed by worrying and distasteful tasks of a much paltrier kind. Abraham Lincoln
  • The worrying thing is that the gap is widening between what is advertised and what people get in reality," he said. Computing
  • Some news staff are already worrying that the Neil review will stifle challenging reporting.
  • More worrying is what happens to those struggling when consumers really rein back in the new year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The report also highlights the worrying impact global warming will have on the safety of millions of passengers.
  • He slumps in the auditorium, worrying that his mother is rambling or sermonising.
  • Since they taste just like breakfast, you can floss in the morning before eating without worrying about the usually minty taste of floss interfering with the flavors of the meal. Baking Bites » Print » Cupcake Floss
  • It appears, worryingly, that these misconceptions are shared by many of our politicians.
  • We need to stop worrying about what others think of us and make pictures that elicit a gut reaction.
  • The worrying and earnestness is my job — the playing and innocence is Miss Baby’s. When Bad Things Happen To Good Dolls | Her Bad Mother
  • In the aftermath of a credit crunch, with banks across the world still woefully undercapitalised, still paying fortunes in bonuses and still not accepting the full write-offs on their pre-2008 lending, this is especially worrying. Don't blame the euro for the ills besetting Ireland's economy
  • The most worrying thing is that she won't let us help.
  • He's always worrying about his weight, so if you want to hit him where it hurts, tell him he's looking a bit fat.
  • They also have a worryingly low profile. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the end of the day, I could walk away and know the traffic was controlled without worrying about where we were getting power or the expense of running two shifts of flaggers.
  • The prospect of the bill is worrying a host of companies.
  • It would be worrying to suppose that he has a group of advisers who are prone to do the same. Times, Sunday Times
  • Natixis economist Camille de Williencourt said the 0.3% decline in investment from nonfinancial companies reported in Tuesday's GDP figure is a worrying sign. French Economy Returns to Growth
  • There is more in our brains than following the crowd and worrying over which mascara brand to wear. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's quite endearing, but at the same time slightly worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • Children use fantasy to explore worrying aspects of real life.
  • Ye 'ill better clear yersel at ony rate, Hillocks, for some o' the neeburs threep (insist) 'at it wes you, and some that it wes yir freend, an' there's ithers declare ye ran in compt (company) like twa dogs worrying sheep; it wes a bonnie like pliskie (escapade) onywy, and hardly fit for an Auld Kirk elder" -- a sally much enjoyed by the audience, who knew that, after Whinnie, Hillocks was the doucest man in Drumtochty. Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush
  • She was like a terrier worrying an elk hound, charging in and pressing an attack so fast and furious he had no choice but to defend himself.
  • More worryingly, there was some evidence that one of the bombs was detonated by a suicide bomber.
  • We stopped worrying about the ship's safe arrival when she sailed into the harbor with all her flags flying.
  • The splurge had a big impact, particularly on those parts of the country that have become worryingly dependent on the public sector. Times, Sunday Times
  • More worrying is that he still seems content to honour sage old influences. Times, Sunday Times
  • But in my twenties the need to be prepared for the unexpected was not an issue, even without a stitch of makeup and tousled just woke up hair, my radiant youth inoculated me about worrying about […] All Things Girl » All Things Girl » 2010 » March
  • Retirement is wonderful. It's doing nothing without worrying about getting caught at it. Gene Perret 
  • The country faces an increasing auto glut that is worrying economic planners.
  • Worryingly one image appears to show a cell door wedged shut from the inside using a broom. The Sun
  • It showed a slightly worrying, secret cannibalistic streak. Times, Sunday Times
  • Really this is a highly complex matter, but hyping up this year's results as an indication of some worrying trend is really no more than a media construct.
  • There is more in our brains than following the crowd and worrying over which mascara brand to wear. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is nothing new in the issue of under age drinking but pre-teen drinking is a new phenomenon which is very worrying.
  • Parents drive me up the wall with their constant nagging and worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • At a quarter past seven she got off the bus in Bath worrying that he might stand her up.
  • In addition to worrying about history and horses, both of which seem inextricably linked to the king, we also have to worry about bats. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was annoyed with herself for not stating openly what was really worrying her.
  • Everyone seems oblivious to the rain falling from a worryingly thunderous sky, a mere inconvenience to this hardy bunch.
  • Worryingly, that's almost four times the recommended daily intake for women and three times the amount for men. The Sun
  • The case has exposed a number of worrying concerns about the handling of such a sensitive inquiry.
  • Worryingly, disaster boffins who have worked on the game insist this scenario could actually happen. The Sun
  • The ash tray was getting crowded when I decided there was no percentage in doing any more worrying for a while.
  • Worrying about impressing people is enslavement. Christianity Today
  • Far more worrying is the veiled victim-blaming indulged in by influential environmental experts who ought to know better.
  • So it is very worrying to see these being aerially sprayed.
  • But worrying is that the SNP Government is apparently behind on its own Holyrood patch, a patch where it controls the agenda, and only a few months ago it was comfortably ahead. There ain't no cure for these SNP blues?
  • There is a worrying supposition that those in high places should have special immunities because of the pressures on them. Times, Sunday Times
  • The old man was worrying over the loss of what he called his treasure box, and when Ruth confided to Mr. Tingley the truth about Jerry's return and the discovery of the ironbound box, Mr. Tingley determined to take matters into his own hands. Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island Or, The Old Hunter's Treasure Box
  • But it's the undertow of precocious sexuality, the child-woman come-on, that's more worrying.
  • When you start noticing the leaves changing color, or find yourself decorating a Christmas tree or spinning a dreidl, then you can legitimately start worrying if you have waited too long. Author! Author! » 2006 » July
  • But it offers one more reason to eat seafood a few times a week without worrying that the soy oil in your salad dressing will cancel out the seafood's benefits.
  • They're a worrying political party because of their close links/ties with terrorist groups.
  • Worryingly one image appears to show a cell door wedged shut from the inside using a broom. The Sun
  • History teaches that worrying overmuch about technological change rarely stops it.
  • In this way we were receiving feedback on any issues worrying the shareholders. Sharing the Success - the story of NFC
  • Be confident with yourself and stop worrying what other people think. Do what's best for your future happiness.
  • We stopped worrying about the ship's safe arrival when she sailed into the harbor with all her flags flying.
  • He remarked that the Ring Road bus service, which looked worryingly unviable at first, was fast picking up, and would take a lot of pressure off the City's roads.
  • It's quite worrying that there are people out to kill us, people motivated by fanatical hatred and religious extremism.
  • If you believe that feeling bad or worrying long enough will change a past or future event, then you are residing on another planet with a different reality system. William James 
  • Even more worrying, perhaps, is the possibility that international aid may be fuelling the conflict.
  • Needless to say, having all of the important wards & cures always castable (as long as you have the proper rituals, components, and someone that can actually use it) had helped me quit worrying about handling everything and get back to enjoying the game. 4e “In The Trenches” « Geek Related
  • Worrying about your problems, which seem larger than life at that time of night, is hard to resist.
  • Worryingly, studies of recent trends (published after the IPCC report was compiled) indicate the models are underestimating precipitation changes, such as the drying of the subtropics. steve | Serendipity
  • The other necessary item for clouds to enable seamless hybrid computing, is a layer of software built on top of the cloud so the user can run an application without worrying if the code is designed to run on the underlying processors. Hybrid Computers Will Hide in the Cloud
  • Up and down, shifting and tilting, suddenly spinning when I least expect it -- at no time have I even had the chance to sit back and enjoy the thing without worrying what may be coming with the next gyration. The Challenge of A Bend in the Road
  • Here's 5 good reasons worrying about the length of your little green phallus is a waste of time:) 1. Understanding the funnel
  • She will now enjoy this year's party season as a trim size ten, not worrying about unflattering photos. The Sun
  • The harm done by this easy availability of cheap booze is dramatic and worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • The loss of algae-eating fish, such as parrotfish and surgeonfish, is worrying, says Paddack, because they help the reefs thrive by clearing away algae. Resilience Science
  • They return to their former ways, though perhaps in newly clandestine associations such as the murky and much feared paramilitary demobilisation, Medellín - and Colombia - are now presented with a worrying remobilisation. blows: desertions, the cross-border killing of commander Raúl Reyes at his camp in Ecuador and the death of co-founder Manuel Marulanda, and the humiliating rescue of its most high-profile prisoner open Democracy News Analysis - Comments
  • This is a worrying development for small businesses.
  • Much more worrying is that there are the first signs that inside Downing Street the team is beginning to flinch in the face of such criticism. Times, Sunday Times
  • Skaw, stop worrying so much about not being able to help me. terrarose Diary Entry
  • They want to study it and dissect it, picking away at its component parts like a cat worrying a mouse.
  • Only my friends appreciate how utterly uncharacteristic this is, but I've long ceased worrying about public opprobrium.
  • Some of the material will be familiar to readers who have kept up with this debate, but this volume is by no means a recapitulation of debates now worn threadbare by constant worrying.
  • Like many pregnant women, she is distilling all of society's free-floating anxiety about exposure to toxic chemicals into nine months of serious worrying.
  • But it is symptomatic of something more worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's a nasty, stupid, oafish and worryingly devious main character and put up against Homer, it's inevitable which one the public would go for.
  • So I am not inclined to spend Labor Day weekend as a risk arbitrager, worrying about the twists in either the Potash or 3PAR deals. In Merger Frenzy, Less-Obvious Stocks Could Pay Off
  • Meral Ece a Liberal Coucillor is worrying in pusillanimous Liberal way about gun crime in the Gazette. The Liberal Answer To Gun Crime
  • But the worrying thing is that it was far more effective than anything they had mustered to that point. Times, Sunday Times
  • More worryingly, perhaps he did not know the actual cause for the delays when he ranted about ‘political poodles.’
  • They weary themselves with worrying and exhaust us about things that have little chance of happening. Christianity Today
  • Giving them so-called 'non' or 'less' lethal weapons only leads to more deaths due to a massive increase in the use of the weapons, combined with a very worrying deathrate (hundreds of deaths per year according to Amnesty International). The Tomorrow Times
  • Some of the other men were worrying, expressing doubts about the weather, wondering if the hunt should be postponed.
  • Don't keep worrying him with a lot of silly questions.
  • Be confident with yourself and stop worrying what other people think. Do what's best for your future happiness.
  • This is useful advice - don't waste your time worrying about gold or bimetallism.
  • The worrying thing is not many people realise what is happening before their eyes. The Sun
  • Rather worryingly, the survey shows a worsening of child health in many areas.
  • This championship has seen a re-emergence of an attacking game long dormant, but there have been worrying signs too. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can't be worrying if you steered your parachute badly and land in the wrong field. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a worrying application because we are looking at a condition that is treatable. Times, Sunday Times
  • "Many servicemen and servicewomen regard private financing as a very worrying development," he said.
  • And the market simply teeters back and forth, worrying and then feeling relieved again.
  • Worrying over the results after the exam is a futile exercise as you cannot alter the result.
  • After all the crying, stressing, and worrying he'd been doing, I'd be tired too.
  • There are ways to deal with this problem but worrying will make it worse. The Sun
  • Nine coaches and minibuses have been taken off the road after roadside checks uncovered a worrying catalogue of defects, including faulty brakes.
  • The school is already oversubscribed and congestion on Cottingley Road, which will be the main feeder road to the site, is also very worrying.
  • Edward Lucas in The Telegraph, his article entitled "Russia sees us as pawns on its chessboard" is well written, nicely analytical and very very worrying. Archive 2008-07-01
  • Worrying about employment gave Patrick a headache, and he dismissed the thoughts, telling himself that he would read the classified ads in the newspaper later.
  • The fact that some of these constraints will manifest themselves as moral opprobrium and self-regulation makes it all the more worrying.
  • What I find really worrying though is that it is often the deadwoods who end up on hiring committees, as other people are too busy doing real work. Ferule & Fescue
  • Worrying questions are being raised over the lack of discipline running through the government. The Sun
  • Andre Joseph Leonard, archbishop of Mechelen-Brussel, criticised the Church for often worrying more about the reputation of priests and "abominably" exploiting the abused children, according to a copy of his Easter homily. The Times of India
  • Even so, this most market-facing of dairymen keeps worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you've been worrying about losing IQ points to "infomania" - constant email and phone interruptions - you can put your mind at ease.
  • almost worryingly meticulous in his business formalities
  • When it happened, solving a clue was so thrilling that our girlish giggles were momentarily replaced with a worrying desire to crush our opponents. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the most part, he said, it was the wordage that was worrying people.
  • Sales are also worryingly at the mercy of our unpredictable weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • A brief recce of the room that I believed would serve to be my home until the following morning revealed more worrying signs.
  • The worrying thing is that the gap is widening between what is advertised and what people get in reality," he said. Computing
  • Another worrying fact is the unsurprising fact that those with pensions tend to live longer than those not so lucky.
  • The most worrying element in all of this is the growing accessibility of invasive cosmetic procedures. Times, Sunday Times
  • He hadn't meant to upset her, he just didn't want people worrying over him.
  • In case you are worrying how you might file a claim once a piece of space debris has flattened you, it is worth knowing that this insurance is a joke.
  • In any case, his conclusion seems misguided: If nonhereditary MPs begin to enter Parliament's ranks in significant numbers once they have passed the age of 40, it's hard to extrapolate a worryingly dynastic future for the country's governance. How to Get Ahead in India
  • A worrying development in September was that all five of the subindices used to calculate the overall PMI lost ground," said Theo Vorster, the chief executive of online trading at Kagiso. South Africa's Manufacturing Sector Falters
  • And so I think there's a lot of great progressive thinkers out there right now, but also there's some of the guys who are kind of old school and still worrying about fictitional characters being gay and pointing the fingers at people, and almost creating a moralistic club, you know, that you have to be very moral to be in our private country club. CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006
  • The imminent abolition of the current transfer system will only increase a worrying trend.
  • This is, thank God, a little easier than it used to be, because he no longer has to be kept in show coat, so I cut the worst matts out, and I can saturate his coat with detangler without worrying it will weaken the coat and cause breakage. skin as white as a cuttlefish bone
  • Stop worrying about the perfect pout! The Sun
  • The decline in the power of local authorities vis-a-vis central government is worrying.
  • The chances of turning up an irrelevant but worrying abnormality are fairly high. Times, Sunday Times
  • More and more of us relish the freedom of living alone but this atomisation has worrying long-term effects for society, says David Willetts
  • She seemed slightly distracted, as if something was worrying her.
  • Equally worrying, the board structure dictated by co-determination saps good governance.
  • Few would argue with that priority, yet UK postnatal care has slipped worryingly far from the ideal. Times, Sunday Times
  • A worrying trend for insurers has been a rise in fraudulent claims.
  • Stop worrying about their marriage-it isn't your problem.
  • Certainly it would be worrying if students were being taught that these aspects are the totality of what literature has to offer.
  • Equally worrying, its audience has moved downmarket, with a drop of around 10 per cent year-on-year among the more affluent ABC1 viewers.
  • It is perhaps the most creative aspect of finance and all these uncreative people worrying about their money makes me guffaw. Poll of Polls: Obama more popular than his policies
  • He also looks worryingly gaunt and grey in the face. The Sun
  • To look ahead is to identify a worrying number of obstacles between Scotland and the World Cup finals.
  • But the end of the 11th series was OK, a niceish woman won, Davina not too awful, outside crowd as ever a little bit worrying, but they'll go home soon and we'll happily see them all again in the Sunshine charity coaches we pass on the Christmas motorways. Rewind TV: Big Brother; The X Factor; Dispatches
  • Trim and quarter the fennel lengthways, not worrying if a few leaves unfurl. Times, Sunday Times
  • MILLER: That is precisely what is worrying the government right now, this kind of steady escalation, attack after attack after attack, and also what they call the chatter on the phones and the Internet that the U.S. government has been picking up and monitoring. CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2002
  • For someone in such a high position to dismiss and discount this argument is really worrying.
  • Health bosses in Bradford are appealing to women to make time for a vital health check after a worrying drop in the numbers having smear tests.
  • You can't change the past, but you can ruin the present by worrying about the future.
  • By Thursday, the bump is the size of a golf ball and Laurel is horribly distracted, worrying that it could be a tumor. WINGS YA BOOK CLUB : CHAPTERS 4-6 | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • Admittedly there are some horrendous policy promises, of which trade protectionism is the most worrying. Times, Sunday Times
  • And worryingly for their rivals, not only have New Zealand coasted to the second grand slam but they have also developed an international squad of remarkable depth in the process.
  • More worrying is that he still seems content to honour sage old influences. Times, Sunday Times
  • This short-term outlook enables them to exploit the weakness of their customers without worrying about the long-term effects on customer relations.
  • So stop worrying about the cost to the economy and get on with building a snowman. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had spent two months worrying about it and I was glad to get it off my chest.
  • Everything would be all right. What a fool she had been to lie awake worrying!
  • Of so very many things, of failure, of displeasing, of not understanding, of not being equal and even worrying how my switchy feelings may get in the way of it all. June 1st, 2004
  • If and when the external world does impinge on the poet's private thought processes, it is only to illumine some internal dilemma of the worrying poet, to strengthen or invigorate some pitiful struggle of his. Anis Shivani: Philip Levine and Other Mediocrities: What it Takes to Ascend to the Poet Laureateship
  • Unemployment figures hide a trend which is worrying politicians and policymakers.
  • Faith is a great comforter in a time of despair, such as when worrying about one's own death or that of friends or relatives.
  • A technique that works for some dads is to create a special time period devoted exclusively to worrying.
  • Last week, I reported that a lady had been arrested because her Pyrenean mountain dogs had been worrying Owd Tom's ewes, a capital offence in the countryside with lambing about to start.
  • He pointed out: 'Owners should be aware that farmers are legally entitled to shoot dogs which may be worrying their sheep.'
  • Ultimately, if a dog is off its lead and worrying the deer then the park authorities are entitled to shoot it.
  • The worrying thing for holidaymakers and travel agents is the cut back on flights by major tour operators.
  • It allows you to budget without worrying about sudden jumps in payments. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the worrying thing is that it was far more effective than anything they had mustered to that point. Times, Sunday Times
  • The kids all wore life-jackets and we soon stopped worrying about them tumbling overboard.
  • With his uglified camera, Rodgers was able to snap pictures freely during the rest of his trip without worrying too much that his ostensibly crappy camera would end up stolen. Deter Thieves By Uglifying Your Camera | Lifehacker Australia
  • But will I ever again be able to shove my feet blindly into my slippers in the middle of the night without worrying?
  • Stop worrying about their marriage-it isn't your problem.
  • Be confident with yourself and stop worrying what other people think. Do what's best for your future happiness.
  • It is hardly deniable that it is any day easier and quicker to type it out and send it, without worrying about the fact whether it will reach or be torn or stolen in the way.
  • Extracts posted today, seen in advance by the Guardian, reveal her worrying over forgetting to eat while campaigning and struggling to concoct meals for her children, and having to buy suits to look presentable.
  • As readership grows, so does the competition, but pioneers are not used to worrying.
  • What no one seems to have measured is the health benefit of drinking more and worrying less. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's a double bill of the science show that answers all those questions you've lain in bed at night worrying about. The Sun
  • Something had been worrying me sick all week. Times, Sunday Times
  • But it might mean that sneaking the schmaltz is no longer necessary - that we can start embracing sentimentality again without worrying whether we should change our names and move to another town. Feelin’ Groovy | PopPolitics.com
  • It's silly worrying about things which are outside your control.
  • I have been worrying it out since the day you two were born!
  • Most worrying is the liability who stands to inherit the presidency if anything happens to Obama. Dems push back hard on GOP stimulus attacks

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