Worry synonyms

wûr'ē, wŭr'ē
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To excite passion or anger in; to fret; to irritate.
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To indulge in worry
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The condition of being in need of immediate assistance:
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To indulge in worry
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To wince is to make a grimace or twist your face, often involuntary done in anticipation of pain.
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To suffer extreme pain:
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To suffer great emotional distress, as from embarrassment or revulsion
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To put up with; tolerate:
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To indulge in worry
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To fret, fume, or worry; be vexed or troubled
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To indulge in worry
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A cause of such a mental state
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Depress is defined as to press down, make unhappy or less valuable.
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To trouble emotionally or mentally; upset:
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Bother is defined as annoy, worry, or cause discomfort.
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Having to do with perceiving or understanding
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Interested and involved:
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The definition of distressed is damaged, suffering pain or sold below value, or made to look old on purpose.
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Hard to understand; confusing
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The definition of angst is a feeling of anxiety or dread.
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(Countable) An act or instance of annoying.
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Alternative spelling of bug-a-boo.
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A cause of worry; that which is grievous, wearisome, or oppressive.
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(Uncountable) A state of disquiet, uneasiness, or anxiety.
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To torment or harass with unprovoked, vicious, repeated attacks
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To beset, as with difficulties; harass
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Tease means to poke fun at someone or something.
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To cause physical pain to; hurt:
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(Figurative) A nuisance or unpleasant problem.
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1551, Ralph Robinson (tr.), Sir Thomas More's Utopia (in Latin), 1516
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To assure anew; to restore confidence to; to free from fear or terror.
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A state of apprehension and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation. &diamf3; In psychiatry, a patient has an anxiety disorder &diamf3; if normal psychological functioning is disrupted or if anxiety persists without an identifiable cause.
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The faculty by which ideas are conceived or by which perceptions are grasped; understanding.
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To cause to be sorrowful; distress:
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To indulge in worry
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To lose all hope:
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To indulge in worry
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To indulge in worry
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(Medicine) A disease or diseases, or adventitious circumstances or conditions, coexistent with and modifying a primary disease, but not necessarily connected with it.
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Amazement or horror that confounds the faculties, and incapacitates for reflection; terror, combined with amazement; dismay.
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A discomfiting or being discomfited; frustration, confusion, etc.
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An outburst of emotion; a fit.
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Harassment is defined as chronically annoying or tormenting someone.
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(Figuratively) Any bad, miserable, difficult or terrifying situation or experience that arouses anxiety, terror, agony or great displeasure.
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The act of annoying, vexing, or irritating.
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To cause to feel or suffer anguish.
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(Archaic) To harass or disturb by repeated attacks.
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To badger is to annoy, pester or get on someone's nerves.
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To plague diabolically; torment; harass
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To think about (something) persistently or moodily:
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To frustrate (plans, for example) by throwing into disorder; disarrange.
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To disturb; disconcert
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To be afraid:
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To move about in a restless, nervous, or impatient way
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(Intransitive, especially of babies) To cry or be ill-humoured.
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To gnaw is defined as to bite and wear away a small part at a time.
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Harass is defined as to torment or irritate.
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(Intransitive) To behave like a bully; swagger.
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To plead or urge irksomely, often persistently.
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A narrow, stiff leaf, as of firs, pines, and other conifers. The reduced surface area of needles minimizes water loss and allows needle-bearing plants to live in dry climates.
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(--- Physics & Astronomy) To cause perturbation in (the orbit of a celestial body, for example) by gravitational interaction.
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Pester is defined as to pick on or irritate.
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To pester or annoy persistently or incessantly.
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To make confused; trouble; worry.
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Struggle is defined as to do something with difficulty.
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To tease or excite by promising or showing something desirable and then withholding it
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To annoy, harass, or tease
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To intentionally inflict severe pain or suffering on (someone).
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To trouble is to cause pain, distress or worry.
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To make unsettled, insecure, or unstable; disturb, displace, disarrange, or disorder
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To make (a person) angry, distressed, or unhappy.
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To cause pain or physical distress to; afflict:
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Lack of interest; apathy; indifference
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(Uncountable) The state of being calm; tranquillity; silence.
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(Law, dated) reinsurance
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To be the cause of pain or distress to; trouble
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(Obsolete) To bring worry, vexation, or anxiety.
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To decorate something with jewels etc
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Dwell is defined as to live somewhere, to remain for a time or to continue thinking, writing or speaking about a particular point.
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To make spiritless and stupid.
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The state of being anxious.
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Disquiet is defined as a feeling of anxiety or nervousness.
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The state or quality of being nervous.
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Distress or discomfort
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To focus the attention on something moodily and at length
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Plural form of feeling
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To cause to become involved or concerned with:
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A difficulty that has to be resolved or dealt with.
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A cause of worry
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A cause of worry
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To install an electronic listening device or devices in.
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(Idiomatic) To feel keenly; be greatly grieved at; be much affected by something.
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